The state of New York has much to offer outside of its most famous city. The northwestern city of Buffalo is rich with history and home to professional football and hockey. Niagara Falls, New York, offers a state park that travelers flock to each summer to see its namesake natural wonderful of North America. The Chautauqua Lake region is dotted with towns, such Ellicottville, Jamestown and more that offer great summer getaways destinations as well as Holiday Valley, one of the state’s most popular spots to hit the slopes once the snow falls.
Choose from more than a dozen restaurants on this self-guided culinary tour in Buffalo, New York, where hungry travelers can sample the city's most famous food export.
The Seneca people once lived in an agricultural community near what is today Victor, New York. This National Historic Landmark tells their story.
The Finger Lakes Trail travels across 580 miles of west-central New York from Allegany State Park to the top of Slide Mountain in the Catskills.
Travel through parts of New York and Pennsylvania to explore homes designed by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
There is something for every family to enjoy at this zoo in Syracuse, New York, from summer festivals to the recent addition of twin baby elephants.
This fun museum in Rochester, New York, celebrates play with activities and exhibits that showcase favorite games and toys.
Go underground in Howes Cave, New York, for an exploration of nature located 156 feet below the surface of Schoharie County.
After more than a century, this Eden, New York, company’s small original kazoos are still made here using the same 18-step process.
Carved by glaciers that moved through the area nearly 10,000 years ago, this park in Watkins Glen, New York, is known for its famous gorge.
The area of New York State is known for its quaint and idyllic small towns that offer a wide variety of tourist attractions, including wineries.