Looking for something free, but interesting to do in a new city? Check out their college campus(es) and cemeteries! They are full of old buildings, history, and beautiful gardens.
Most Syracusians believe that the Taste of Syracuse is the unofficial start to summer in Syracuse. This beloved festival gets all of Central New York truly out of winter hibernation over the universal love of food. Vendors and restaurants from around the area set up booths to display some of their finest foods.
It's not often that Syracuse gets to experience a cultural immersion, so make sure you get a chance to visit the Chinese Lantern Festival while it is here this summer!
The historic village of Cazenovia is the perfect example of how you can enjoy central New York any time of the year!
Syracuse University is the heart of the city. Even if you're not a student or employee, take the chance to see/do some of these SU classics.
Chittenango is a small village with an interesting history. This adventure includes a visit to a fantastic animal park, a beautiful waterfall, and celebrates The Wizard of Oz.
The best time to visit Rochester is in May during the Lilac Festival. Here are some ideas for what to do in the evening!
In the middle of every concrete jungle, you're sure to find a please to get away from it all. Syracuse is no different.
My first post! A central New York favorite year-round for every type of person and a variety of activities. Also a favorite spot for engagement photos.