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Syracuse - a Hub of Cosmopolitan Culture

The bustling city of Syracuse provides "big city" culture and sophistication tempered with small town hospitality.

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115 West Fayette Street
Syracuse, NY. 13201
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As the fifth most populous metropolitan city in the state of New York and part of the Central - Erie Canal Region, Syracuse is the place to be for "big city" culture and sophistication tempered with small town hospitality. Filled with history, culture, entertainment along with exciting culinary experiences, shopping and nightlife, Syracuse is one amazing adventure all by itself.

The Rosamond Gifford Zoo  and Destiny USA, New York State’s largest shopping center that also boasts the world’s largest suspended indoor ropes and an inside Go-Kart track, hold exciting adventures for everyone, especially families.

Downtown Armory Square offers scrumptious, eclectic cuisine, a hopping craft beer scene, shopping and music and is close to fascinating museums like the Everson Museum of Art,  the MOST  (Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology), and the Erie Canal Museum.

Best of all, Syracuse is at the Central crossroads where The New York Thruway (I-90) meets Interstate Route 81, so it's only a scenic drive to many other towns and attractions in the Area.

Whether it is wine tasting in Finger Lakes, cruising the 1000 Islands on the St. Lawrence, charter fishing on Lake Ontario, skiing our snow-covered slopes, enjoying gaming and entertainment at the elegant Turning Stone Casino and Resort  or just taking in the ambience of the many quaint small towns and villages, Syracuse is the center of it all.



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Canastota Canal Town Museum
Central New York
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Located beside a remnant of the original Canal, this museum is filled with authentic memorabilia, art and exhibits of the "Old Erie Canal."
Vintage Furnishings & Collectibles
Central New York
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Vintage Furnishings specializes in a general line of antiques and quality used furniture including Victorian, oak, walnut and mahogany.
Back of the Barn-Antique Center
Central New York
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This huge, locally owned and operated antique shop showcases multiple dealers with many different and unique items.
Aqua Vino Restaurant & Bar
Central New York
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Located right on the Erie Canal in downtown Utica, this American-Italian restaurant creates its dishes with beef and produce from its own farm.

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