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Home to Syracuse University and the Erie Canal. Nearby the Finger Lakes. Charming, historic downtown. World-Class art, sports, festivals, outdoor parks, cuisine and shopping.

What’s New in Syracuse


Erie Canal Museum

The history of the Erie Canal Museum is told in the original 1850 building where canal boats were weighed. Learn about this 363-mile engineering marvel by exploring a full-size replica canal boat and other exhibits.

Marriott Syracuse Downtown

Marriott Syracuse Downtown reopens after a $76 million restoration, making the 1924 Hotel Syracuse a grand lady once again.

Stone’s Farm Fresh Restaurant

Stone's Farm Fresh Restaurant, Syracuse's first farm-to-table steakhouse, having just opened in March, serves local Black Angus beef.

What’s Nearby Syracuse Station


Destiny USA

Destiny USA is the sixth largest shopping center in the U.S., with 250 stores and an entertainment complex that attract 26 million visitors annually.

NBT Stadium

Hosting some of the most unique events offered by stadiums, including Lumberjack Day, there is something for everyone at NBT Stadium. The Syracuse Chiefs are here to entertain you with both America's favorite pasttime and exciting promotional events!

Stella’s Diner Classic

Stella's Diner Classic offers ample helpings of comfort food in a vintage diner setting.

Must See Syracuse


Central New York Regional Market

Central New York Regional Market is a thriving hive of farm-to-table foods and dining, artisan goods boutiques, concerts and events.

Everson Museum of Art

Designed by I.M. Pei, the Everson Museum of Art has an extensive collection of ceramic, an art video collection, paintings by American artists, and more than 200 sculptures.

Onondaga Lake Park

Onondaga Lake Park, "The Central Park of Central New York," features Wegmans Playgroud, a skate park and The Salt Museum.

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9 Things to do Around Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day is right around the corner, and even though it lands on a dreaded Monday this year, there are still plenty of New York State events ready to kick off the summer with a burst of American Spirit! From celebrations of American music and its icons to locally sourced food at top-tier restaurants and breweries, this Memorial Day should be a time to remember!

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