Did you know that coloring with crayons, markers, or even digitally has been known to reduce stress? Dream of a future getaway while indulging your creative side with our New York State coloring pages. Whether you want to imagine the views from an eagle’s nest or the state’s oldest lighthouse, color the state’s capital or a 100-year-old castle, make these New York attractions come to life with pencils, crayons, and markers! Click on the illustration below to go to a downloadable version of the image and print (for mobile and tablet, click on the link at the end of each entry), or use a computer program to color the pages, then share and tag your creations on social media with #ILoveNY. Explore your creative side until it’s time to visit these magnificent destinations.
North-South Lake (Catskills)
For over two hundred years, artists, writers, and naturalists have drawn inspiration from the Catskills breathtaking waterfalls and scenic vistas. Download and find your inspiration from Sunset Rock overlooking North-South Lake, and you never know who you might meet on your coloring page. Click here for a mobile– and tablet-friendly download.
Chautauqua Institution (Chautauqua-Allegheny)
Located on the grounds of the world-famous Chautauqua Institution, the “Grande Dame” hotel has overlooked Chautauqua Lake since 1881. For more than 140 years, people have come to Chautauqua to experience arts, education, concerts, and lectures. Download and add your own color to this iconic, picturesque and historic structure. Click here for a mobile– and tablet-friendly download.
Chittenango Falls (Central New York)
Did you know Chittenango Falls which formed over 10,000 years ago is exactly the same height as Niagara Falls? Both waterfalls are 167 feet tall! Walking the trail down to the Chittenango Falls gorge feels like an adventurous journey into a primordial world. Use your imagination as you color this magnificent waterfall. Click here for a mobile– and tablet-friendly download.
Watkins Glen State Park (Finger Lakes)
Picture 19 waterfalls plunging through a spellbinding natural gorge with 200-foot cliffs. Download and color Rainbow Falls in Watkins Glen State Park, a real (and magical) place that visitors along the Gorge Trail can walk underneath. Click here for a mobile– and tablet-friendly download.
New York City Skyline (New York City)
From the Art Deco–style Chrysler Building to the new World Trade Center and its One World Observatory to the brownstone-lined streets to the Brooklyn Bridge and those iconic yellow taxis that connect it all, New York City’s skyline and streetscapes are both rich in history and ever-changing. While every day is full of “only in NY” moments waiting to be discovered, no other city in the world does New Year’s Eve quite like NYC. Though this year’s celebrations will be more local and socially distanced, the lights of the city still shine as bright. Download and color in all the things that make you love New York. Click here for a mobile– and tablet-friendly download.
Niagara Falls (Greater Niagara)
Observe the grandeur of this epic must-see from the scenic Niagara Falls State Park, or take a closer look at the falls from the decks of the Maid of the Mist boat ride or the Cave of the Winds Pavilion. Download and add your personal touch to this wonder of the world. Click here for a mobile– and tablet-friendly download.
Olana State Historic Site (Hudson Valley)
Find yourself in a Persian-inspired fairytale with a visit to this grand historic home and its 250-acre estate full of natural wonders and picturesque views of the Hudson Valley and Catskill Mountains. Download and color in this Frederic Edwin Church-designed masterpiece. Click here for a mobile– and tablet-friendly download.
Saratoga Race Course (Capital-Saratoga)
Every summer, the Saratoga Race Course plays host to some of the world’s most important Thoroughbred horse racing events, including the famous Travers Stakes. Almost as exciting as the main event? The sea of fancy hats and trackside pageantry, as well as the myriad family-friendly events and amenities that create a festival-like atmosphere. Download and color in your pick to win the race. Click here for a mobile– and tablet-friendly download.
Wild Center and Wild Walk Eagle's Nest (Adirondacks)
The Wild Center and Wild Walk in Tupper Lake is an indoor-outdoor immersive experience that guides visitors through the wild habitats of the Adirondacks, a publicly protected nature preserve that spans more than six million acres. Exhibits (currently accessible via virtual tour) include an indoor river with live otters, fish, and turtles. Download and color the Eagle’s Nest from Wild Walk, an above-the-trees exhibit that transports you through the forest. Click here for a mobile– and tablet-friendly download.
Empire State Plaza/The Egg (Capital-Saratoga)
The Egg is an iconic landmark in the Capital Region, rising above the Albany skyline. An integral part of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza Performing Arts Plaza, the Egg is known for hosting live music performances. Until you can visit yourself to watch a concert or a performance, make your own art with our Empire Plaza coloring page. Click here for a mobile– and tablet-friendly download.
Lake George Steamboat (Adirondacks)
Lake George is often referred to as the “Queen of American Lakes” for its stunning scenic beauty. Boaters aboard Lake George Steamboat Company’s Minnie-Ha-Ha, Mohican, or Lac du Saint Sacrement explore over 109 miles of shoreline and more than 300 islands during scenic cruises from spring through late autumn. Download and add color to your very own scenic cruise on Lake George. Click here for a mobile– and tablet-friendly download.
Boldt Castle (Thousand Islands-Seaway)
Make this coloring page of Boldt Castle a fairytale scene. The Rhineland-style castle is imbued with mystery and romance, dating back to the 1900s, when New York City businessman George Boldt commissioned the structure, which was completed in the 1970s. Use your imagination to color in this magnificent structure and surrounding landscape. Click here for a mobile– and tablet-friendly download.
Montauk Point Lighthouse (Long Island)
The Montauk Point Lighthouse is the fourth oldest active lighthouse in New York State. Imagine that you're climbing the tower and enjoy a 360-degree-view of Block Island Sound, and color your own version and dream of a salt breeze and gazing out to sea. Click here for a mobile– and tablet-friendly download.
For more coloring pages featuring New York State attractions, visit our partners at Oneida County Tourism, This is Cooperstown, Visit Schoharie County, Experience Cortland, Tour Cayuga, Visit Buffalo Niagara, and the Finger Lakes.