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Cities, Towns & Counties in Central New York

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> Binghamton is a 'Community to be Explored'

Binghamton City Hall, 38 Hawley St., Binghamton, NY 13901

Binghamton has the diversity you have been looking for in a travel destination, and offers fun, culture and excitement for everyone ..

> Canastota, on the Historic Erie Canal

205 South Peterboro Street, Canastota, NY 13032

The historic village of Canastota has produced two world boxing champions and is home to the International Boxing Hall of Fame.
The village of Cazenovia welcomes visitors to admire its historic architecture, quaint shops and galleries along with its natural beauty.

> Chenango County – in the “Center of it All”

15 S. Broad St., Norwich, NY 13815

Nestled among the hills of South-Central New York, Chenango County warmly invites you to their neck of the woods for your next family vacation or romantic getaway
Chittenango is the birthplace of L. Frank Baum, author of many children’s books including his most famous book, "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz."

> Cooperstown - the Home of Baseball

20 Chestnut St, Cooperstown, NY 13326

While Cooperstown immediately brings to mind baseball, one visit to this charming village on lovely Otsego Lake will amaze you with all it has to discover.

> Herkimer, a Diamond in the Rough

135 Park Ave, Herkimer, NY 13350

Nestled on the north side of the Mohawk River, the town of Herkimer is home to the famous 'Herkimer Diamond Mines.'

> Little Falls, in the Mohawk Valley

536 East Main Street, Little Falls, NY 13365

Nestled in a deep gorge of the Mohawk River Valley, Little Falls offers compelling and breathtaking views from its various vantage points ..

> Peterboro - home of the Abolitionist movement

Peterboro, New York 13035

Peterboro is home to historic attractions of the abolitionists movement including the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum and more...

> Rome NY, an Erie Canal Town

PO Box 551, Rome, New York 13440

The strategically situated city of Rome was one of the most important transportation points for people and goods during the settling of the U.S.

> Syracuse - a Hub of Cosmopolitan Culture

115 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, NY. 13201

The bustling city of Syracuse is the place to be for "big city" culture and sophistication yet brimming with small-town hospitality...

> Utica, a City of Diversity

PO Box 551, Utica, New York 13503

Culturally diverse, Utica is home to more than 40 nationalities and boasts many famous dishes indigenous to Utica and loved by New York folk far and wide.