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The best of American Western and Native American art are preserved and interpreted at this museum through paintings, sculpture, works on paper and firearms.
This open-air market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, prepared foods, crafts and other merchandise. The market is held on Thursday from the beginning of...
Opened in 1951,You can explore every facet of glass at The Corning Museum of Glass. See more than 35 centuries of glass artistry in the galleries, explore glass innovations in our...
This historic Inn built in 1796 dislpays furnishings and artifacts appropriate to the Inn and the years 1800-1850. Other exhibits include local history items, costumes, and...
The Heritage Village of the Southern Finger Lakes is a collection of historic buildings right in the city of Corning NY. The Village includes a 1796 Inn, 1870s Blacksmith Shop,...
This museum has Indian lore, historic artifacts, newspapers, books and local history collections.
Outdoor market featuring fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers, baked goods and more. The market is held on Monday from mid-June to October.
This aeronautics museum located on the site of the earliest recognized center for soaring flight in the United States displays gliders and sailplanes, relevant artifacts, archives...
This museum has WWII-era flying aircraft, training and cargo items, foreign and domestic items, a non-flying jet and propeller driven aircraft, engines, instruments, uniforms,...
This museum has hands-on exhibits to present physical and biological sciences.
Pinnacle State Park has breathtaking views and tremendous vistas, including the Canisteo River Valley, Harris Hill and the village of Addison. The park is known for its...
There are over 400 acres of nature trails along with a walk-through immersion habitat and live animals for visitors to see.
Outdoor market featuring fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers, baked goods and more. The market is held on Saturday from mid-June through September.
Named for the great 19th-century author who spent summers in the area, Mark Twain State Park is the home of one of the most scenic and challenging 18-hole courses in the area.
Outdoor market featuring fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers, baked goods and more. The market is held on Wednesday from June to mid-October.