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The Hudson Valley city of Beacon is a popular weekend getaway, where small town charm meets an art lover’s paradise. Home to the renowned Dia Beacon along with other contemporary and modern art museums, restaurants, adorable boutique shops, and a hopping craft beverage scene, the opportunities for activities are endless, so why not plan your visit over a weekend? Here's how to make the most out your time in Beacon! 

Village of Lake George sign in front of a dock surrounded by water

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The village of Lake George is not only home to the pristine "Queen of the American Lakes," but also conveniently nestled in the alluring and expansive Adirondack Park. In warmer months, 176 miles of shoreline and 245 islands makes this lake-front village a summer vacation destination while the colder months beckon outdoor adventurers

View of Lake George from Buck Mountain

Make 2024 a year of new opportunities, and most important of all, new travel experiences! If you’ve been gazing wistfully at the stars wondering where on Earth you’ll set foot this year, you’re in luck! We’ve compiled a list of must-see trips can’t-miss events to add to your calendar for 2024. So what are you waiting for?! Start planning your trip today.    


From beautiful parks to a lively arts and culture scene, Rochester has everything you need for a scenic escape filled with diverse activities for visitors of all ages and interests. Home to two of

A couple walks along a platform near a cascading waterfall at Buttermilk Falls in the Finger Lakes

Enrich your next New York getaway by immersing yourself in unforgettable experiences rooted in the state’s rich Black culture, heritage, and history. From New York City’s first Black-owned winery, to moving theatrical and musical performances, to important Underground Railroad sites, there’s something for everyone to explore and experience, no matter your interest.

An old cannon sitting on a snowy field in front of Old Fort Niagara

There’s plenty to explore this Presidents Day Weekend! From winter festivals to Presidents Day celebrations, historical sites, holiday specials, and more. So take advantage of the long weekend to take

Ice at Canalside - Photo Courtesy of Visit Buffalo Niagara by Joe Cascio

Want to see one of the world's finest collections of modern and contemporary art and get sprayed by waterfalls all in one day? Take a weekend trip to Buffalo, which was named one of the 50 best places to travel in 2024 by Forbes. Niagara Falls' dramatic cascades are spectacular in any season and Buffalo’s night scene is just as vibrant as its art. As a perfect complement to seeing this natural wonder, you can take in some of the best that Buffalo has to offer, from world-class art and architecture to entertainment and foodeven if you’ve only got a weekend.

Waters race down Niagara Falls at sunset

A celestial spectacle as rare as a total solar eclipse deserves a getaway like no other. On April 8, 2024, five of New York State’s regions will be in the path of totality. With special events and festivals, epic viewing spots, and amazing hotel packages, there’s no question where you should experience the eclipse.

Lake Placid - Olympic Center

With so much to see and do in New York State, it’s tempting to add a few days to your getaway. But what if you could minimize dipping into those PTO days and maximize time spent exploring? We have

Skis standing up in the snow in front of the Bristol Mountain Lodge

Whether you’re a skier, aprés-skier, or just looking for a winter weekend full of wonder, New York has mountains of fun for everyone. After hitting the slopes in the state with the most ski areas,