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Located on Route 30, two hours north of Albany in Blue
Mountain Lake, New York, this museum sits on 30 acres
overlooking Blue Mountain Lake. You can stroll along paved
paths to 22 indoor and outdoor exhibit areas. Some favorites
include "Boats and Boating", "Roads and Rail Transportation",
and "Woods and Waters".
Call 518-352-7311 for more details.
The Central New York Chapter of the National Railway Historical
Society operates two Railway Station Museums in the greater
Syracuse area. The Central New York Chapter
is an all volunteer organization. The Martisco Station Museum
is West of Syracuse in the town of Camillus. It is just off
Route 174 between the towns of Camillus and Marcellus at the
end of Martisco Road. The Central Square Station Museum is
located just South of the village of Central Square off Route
11 on Railroad Ave. Both Stations have been restored to the
charm of quaint small town railroad depots. The Stations also
have many railroad artifacts. The two Stations are open Sundays
June through October from 2:00PM to 5:00PM or by appointment.
Admission is free however, donations are accepted.
Located in Corning, New York, you can discover
all the wonders and magic of the world of glass. There are
many displays and exhibits that introduce you to the fascinating
Call 607-974-8271 for more information (607-974-2000 for group
Between Lake Champlain and Lake George, on Route 74 in Ticonderoga,
New York, lies an action packed adventure! March with
the Fife & Drum corps, witness a 1776 court-martial, experience
18th century music, hear cannons boom, relive it's history
with costumed guides! Visit the Restaurant, Museum Shop and
Picnic Area for a fun-filled day.
Call 518-585-2821 for more details.
Offering 20 miles of year-round trails, this beautiful attraction
offers camping, horseback riding, hayrides & sleighrides,
reserved picnic areas, and special services.Take Rt. 81 to
Tully (exit 14), 11 miles east on Rt. 80.
Call 315-683-5550 for more information.
The site of the 1980 Winter Olympics located in Lake
Placid, New York, has many attractions as well as
a site tour. Visit Whiteface Mountain, the Olympic Center
Ice Arena & Olympic Museum, the Olympic Jumping Complex &
Skydeck, the Olympic Bobsled & Luge Run Trolley, the Summer
Bobsled Ride, the Mt. Van Hoevenberg Mountain Bike Center,
or the Mt. Van Hoevenberg Horseback Riding Center!
Call 518-523-1655 or 1-800-462-6236 for more information.
Located in Plainville, New York, come meet animated
characters Professor Plainville and Farmer Pete as they guide
you on a video tour of Plainville Farm. Visit our petting
zoo, browse through our unique country gift, sample or purchase
a variety of Plainville turkey products, or go on a group
Call ahead at 315-638-9734 for information.
Tully, New York is home to a "Mountain of Fun!"
Winter brings a great ski area for central NY, and Summer
at Song Mountain means the Alpine Slide, Waterslide, and
Go-Karts are open. Also visit the Miniature Golf area
and the Picnic area for even more fun!
Call 315-696-5711 or 1-800-677-SONG for more information.
Located in Watkins Glen, New York, the Watkins
Glen International Track holds many summertime races for avid
race fans. There are many weekend special events with tickets
available and accessible camping areas to reserve.
Call 607-535-2481 for more information.
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