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Bath Fish Hatchery
The Finger Lakes
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Located one mile from the village of Bath, this hatchery rears lake trout, brown trout and rainbow trout from fish collected from Cayuga Lake.
CNY Living History Center
The Finger Lakes
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The CNY Living History Center is home to three museums – The Brockway Museum, The Homeville Museum and The T.O.Y.S. Museum
Make your Own at the Corning Museum of Glass
The Finger Lakes
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Head to Ithaca and participate in a live glass blowing demonstration at the Corning Museum of Glass.
Cumming Nature Center
The Finger Lakes
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The Cumming Nature Center is a 900-acre environmental education facility offering themed hiking and exploring trails, educational programs, events and service-learning opportunities.
DIRT Hall of Fame and Classic Car Museum
The Finger Lakes
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The Dirt Motorsport Hall of Fame and Classic Car Museum Features many classic cars, rare photographs, historic race cars and racing memorabilia.
Discover Cayuga Lake On Board the MV Teal
The Finger Lakes
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Enjoy family-friendly eco-cruises, tranquil sunsets and special events aboard Cayuga Lake's largest tour boat, the MV Teal.
Farm Sanctuary
The Finger Lakes
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Located next door to Sugar Hill State Forest, just 10 ½ miles west of Watkins Glen, lies the rolling green pastures of Upstate New York's 175-acre Farm Sanctuary, home to more than 500 rescued farm animals.
Ganondagan State Historic Site
The Finger Lakes
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Just 20 miles southeast of Rochester is Ganondagan State Historic Site, the site of a Native American community that once was a flourishing, vibrant center for the Seneca people
 
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