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Syracuse is a city located in Central New York and is the fourth largest city in the state. Syracuse is known for holding the Great New York State Fair each year and is also home to the prestigious Syracuse University.
Things To Do In Syracuse
Syracuse offers many great attractions and activities to keep visitors busy. Syracuse’s top attraction may be Rosamond Gifford Zoo, which is fun for the whole family. It’s located in Burnet Park, just outside of downtown and it’s known for its hands-on Asian Elephant exhibit. At the Erie Canal Museum, you can see conserved collections of Canal material and understand the important history that the Erie Canal has played in the shaping of America through a very educational and interesting experience. The Museum of Science and Technology is another great place for the whole family. It’s a small museum with an IMAX Theatre that serves as the focus for the Armory Square district of Syracuse. If you’re looking for some sporting action, you can head to NBT Bank Stadium for a AAA Minor League baseball game from the Syracuse Chiefs, who are in the Washington Nationals organization. Syracuse is also home to Syracuse University and you can catch a basketball game from the Syracuse Orange during the season in the Carrier Dome, one of the premiere college basketball arenas in the country. For natural endeavors, you can hop on the Erie Canal Trail for great nature hikes and walks. You can also head to the Onondaga Lake Park on Onondaga Lake just a short drive from downtown Syracuse and explore great nature trails through the park as well as recreational activities like canoeing or fishing. You can also see the historic Salt Museum that was built on the site of an original salt boiling block.
Day Trips From Syracuse
There are some great day trip options from Syracuse. First, Ithaca is about an hour-drive south of Syracuse where you can experience a great farmers market on Saturdays as well as the Science Center, which is great for kids. You could also head to Taughannock Falls State Park, which as a 215-foot waterfall and great swimming, fishing and camping opportunities. Rochester, New York is about an hour-drive from Syracuse as well and you can enjoy fun for the whole family at the Strong Museum and a tour of International Museum of Photography as well as the George Eastman House, the world’s oldest photography museum. For even more fun for the family, a 1-hour 45-minute trip to Old Forge, New York would be well worth it for the Enchanted Forest Water Safari Park, which is a great water park and fun for all ages.
You can find great vacation rentals on Tripping for Syracuse, New York in and around the city and in neighboring areas as well. There are beautiful homes being rented out for short and long term stays for larger groups and families and also smaller options with apartment and condominium style rentals which all can be found here on Tripping. You can also find great hotel deals in Syracuse on Tripping as well. Book your Syracuse vacation on Tripping today!
Transportation In Syracuse
The easiest way to get around Syracuse is by car, whether you brought your own vehicle or wants to rent a vehicle for your vacation. Downtown Syracuse is very easy to walk around especially the Armory Square and Clinton Square areas, or you could get around via bicycle, as downtown is very flat. Syracuse also has taxi services and the Centro Bus System.