Fall in Central New York Enjoy outdoor adventure this Fall with Central New York’s 14 beautiful state parks. Hundreds of miles of trails to hike and bike while taking in the beautiful fall colors of autumn. Fall is a perfect time to go antiquing with antique shops scattered along the roadsides in almost every town.…

Hiking, cycling, paddleboarding, relaxing spas make for a delightful Lake Placid family vacation this summer. Really, as one tourist told us, it’s a rather jolly place to visit.   Most of the world knows Lake Placid as the venue for the 1980 winter Olympics and naturally, has become known for winter based activities — Whiteface…

NY Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the $20 million Jones Beach Boardwalk Cafe is open for business, bringing back a popular dining option and renewed vitality to Central Mall at the heart of Jones Beach State Park. The revitalization of Long Island’s most-visited state park is part of the Governor’s NY Parks 2020 multi-year commitment…

Spring is here in Finger Lakes NY, and that means you’ll find plenty of opportunities to frolic through the flowers, experience the outdoors, and enjoy the great lake, Finger Lakes wine and scenic backdrop that defines this New York State region. Whether you are looking for a low-key day of fun or a high-energy adventure,…

The Strong National Museum of Play is the only collections-based museum anywhere devoted to the study of play. Located in Rochester, New York (about 90 minutes driving from Niagara Falls), The Strong Museum is Western New York’s largest cultural attraction and has more than 100,000 square-feet of dynamic, hands-on exhibit space and the largest collection…

If spy movies are your jam and you often wonder, “what would I do if in that situation”, the new spy museum NYC, Spyscape is open for your journey of discovery of your inner (and outer) Bond. Spyscape is located in midtown Manhattan on 8th Avenue between 54th and 55th, only a couple of blocks…

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