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Posts from July 2018

Harlem week- Jazz

Instead of dwelling on the fact that summer’s end is in sight, rejoice that there is still a full month left to savor! The weather isn’t the only thing heating up. From boats and balloons to beverages, New York spends all of August finding reasons to celebrate. See below for some of the best festivals and events that you should take advantage of before it’s time to go back to school!

NYS Fair

The nation’s first and longest-running state fair is back, bigger, and better than ever! And we mean that literally; it’s physically grown thanks to the addition of a brand new exposition center. Thankfully, the fair staples are not going anywhere, so you’ll still find incredible free live music performances across six venues, arts and crafts, fireworks, old cars, live animals, every kind of competition imaginable, and so. much. food. But making it even better is the fact that every year the organizers add new events and attractions. So read on for our roundup of the new stuff coming to this year’s fair.

Otesaga Resort Hotel in Cooperstown

You already know that the official (and free!) I LOVE NEW YORK mobile app can be your best friend on the road in New York, pointing out attractions, restaurants, and events in the area. But did you know that it also now offers four audio walking tours? Each of the following tours dives into the stories and the secrets of a famous town or city within New York State and will pop up on your screen when you access the mobile app in these areas. The tours can be paused and restarted whenever you’d like so you can take your time exploring the many exciting stops along the way.

Cooperstown ILNY - Baseball Hall of Fame - Photos Courtesy of

If you’ve heard of Cooperstown, you probably know about its association with baseball, and it’s true, it is a dream destination for fans of the sport. But it’s also a charmingly quintessential small American town that sits on a gorgeous lake, packed with fun activities for the whole family. No matter what pastimes you’re into, learn why this is the perfect place to visit with kids. And don’t be surprised if everyone walks away with a bit of baseball fever—or at least a bit of baseball appreciation.