Discover what you LOVE in New York! Use the map to explore 11 Vacation Regions filled with historic sites, abundant waters, natural wonders and more.
Discover a four-season wonderland! This region of sky-high mountains, and pine-scented forests.
Discover brilliant performances, family fun, fascinating history and unique attractions.
Fun is cool in the Catskills! Within a two-hour drive of New York City!
Follow country roads to farm festivals and famous attractions like the Baseball Hall of Fame and Howe Caverns.
You deserve a great vacation! Slow down, take back your time and have some good old-fashioned fun.
Have a wonderful, water-ful vacation! Named for eleven pristine lakes.
It's a wonderful world! This region is full of awesome adventures, cultural treasures and natural wonders.
Make this vacation one of your best ever!
Minutes from Manhattan, discover white sand beaches, seaside dining, world-class wineries, and soothing spas.
You'll feel the excitement the minute you arrive in New York City.
There are a thousand reasons to visit! This water wonderland has breathtaking scenery-nearly 2,000 islands...
You have heard about or been to the Guggenheim and the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, maybe you've even stood in line to enter the New Whitney. But we also have quite a few you may not even realize are right here. Enjoy the outdoor sculpture parks of the Hudson Valley, where Storm King Art Center celebrates the works of more than 100 leading sculptors in a gorgeous, natural 500-acre setting. In the Catskills, explore the unique experience of the Woodstock festival and its significance as a culminating event of a decade of radical cultural transformation at the Museum at Bethel Woods. In Cooperstown, honor the greats of baseball at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Discover New York State's important role in Black history at the African Burial Ground in New York City, the Harriet Tubman Home in Auburn, the John Brown Farm State Historic Site in Lake Placid, and the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum in Peterboro. Visit the Corning Museum of Glass and see where a young Thomas Edison had his first light bulbs hand-blown. These are just a few of the hidden gems New York has in store.