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At the heart of this vibrant city is Syracuse University, bringing championship athletics and some of today's biggest names in music to "The Dome." But it is the city's thriving downtown and deep cultural heritage that entice visitors to return time and again. Downtown's unique districts, including Armory and Clinton Square, come alive with the captivating energy of high-quality dining, including the original Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, diverse music, and historic architecture. Venture just outside the city to escape into the breathtaking natural wonders of New York's landscape, including crystal lakes and wondrous waterfalls.
Syracuse showcases an impressive array of captivating annual events, including: The Great New York State Fair, Syracuse Jazz Fest, Taste of Syracuse, Crawfish Festival, and Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival.
Family-owned farm with year-round activities, a playground, farm animals, and more.
Weekly 3-course menus are inspired by the freshest ingredients at the peak of their season. more
Upscale restaurant with an acclaimed wine list, serving Pacific Rim Thai food. more
Hand-cut steaks, homemade sauces, daily specials, and an extensive menu. more
Amtrak to Syracuse Station at 1 Walsh Circle. Taxi service is available from the station to downtown attractions.
Fly into Syracuse Hancock International Airport.
By car, Syracuse is 2.5 hours from Albany and 2.5 hours from Buffalo, 4 hours from NYC, 4.5 hours from Montreal, and 5 hours from Boston.
Take Trailways or Greyhound to Syracuse Bus Station located at 1 Walsh Circle.