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Wayne County Apple Tasting TourTwo decades of the month-long harvest celebration

Wayne County, N.Y. – The annual Wayne County Apple Tour returns for the 20th year this fall. Since 1997, apple lovers throughout western and central New York have explored Wayne County to pick fresh apples, enjoy the fall colors, and enjoy a day of family fun. Wayne County is the largest apple-producing county in New York State. The tour runs throughout the month of October, with a “Tasting Weekend” from October 6-9 (Columbus Day Weekend).

iloveny-stack1Tiny Houses at a farm sanctuary, a nationally-Ranked restaurant and a lLand/water tour of Albany are among the new ways to stay, dine and play In New York State this Fall

NEW YORK – The splendor of New York State’s fall foliage season – one of the longest in the nation – is reason enough to explore the state’s backroads and byways this autumn. But with new attractions including romantic inns, creative eateries and unique adventures, there are even more reasons to plan a getaway to the Empire State this fall.

The Catskills, A Winter Wonderland Destination for Holiday & Family Fun

Greene County, N.Y. (November 16, 2015) - Get into a festive spirit in the snowy Catskill Mountains this holiday
season when Small Business Saturday meets Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, and live performances are offered along with arts and crafts fairs featuring gift-ready
works of art.

Gift includes more than 700 Bollywood, Malayalam, Punjabi, Tamil, and Telugu films and 6,000 film posters

Rochester, N.Y., November 3, 2015 - The George Eastman Museum has recently acquired the world's largest collection of contemporary Indian cinema held by a museum or film archive. The collection consists of 775 prints representing 597 film titles, all in 35mm format, made between 1999 and 2013. In addition, about 6,000 film posters were acquired as part of the collection. This exceptional donation represents not only films from the Hindi-language film industry commonly known as "Bollywood," but also Malayalam, Punjabi, Tamil, and Telugu productions. The languages represented in these films include Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. Many titles are from acclaimed masters of Indian cinema, such as Mani Ratnam, Ashutosh Gowariker, Anurag Kashyap, Nagesh Kukunoor, and Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

Corn Estate Haunted HouseOrange County, NY is the destination for spine-chilling fun this Halloween season

Orange County, N.Y. - Orange County, N.Y. is home to some of the scariest Halloween attractions in America. Historically, tens of thousands of people from as far away as Philadelphia, Boston and Connecticut make the trip to these Hudson Valley haunts to be horrified. This year, old favorites are promising a more extreme experience than ever, and a new scare park is making its inaugural debut.

"Some of the most frightening Halloween attractions in the nation are right here in Orange County, NY," said Orange County Tourism Director Susan Hawvermale. "Our scare parks and haunted farms are not for the faint of heart, but blood-curdling excitement is just what thrill seekers are longing for this time of the year."

Don't Miss Fall's Colors, Book a Catskills Getaway Now

Greene County, N.Y. (Sept. 28, 2015) - October in Greene County offers an almost dizzying array of festivals celebrating both Bavarian and Irish traditions, apple harvests, and Halloween revelry.

Just two hours north of New York City, and three hours west
of Boston, head to the Catskills to enjoy the last of fall's colorful foliage at some of the Catskills coolest places, including:

Bronck Museum's Heritage Craft Fair on October 4 offers a chance to slip through time at the site of the oldest house in New York, built in 1663.

September Celebration Features Over 200 Events

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Albany, NY -The Hudson River Valley Ramble kicks-off this Saturday with a weekend full of activities and continues throughout September with more than 200 exciting outdoor adventures across New York's Hudson Valley. The Ramble showcases the region's incredible scenery, history, natural resources, and recreational opportunities and features walking tours, hikes, paddles, bike tours and many other diverse experiences with something for everyone.

Motorcycle-Friendly Attractions Offer Foliage Festivals & Tours

Northern New York (August 31, 2015) - Fall in Northern New York is a festival of colors, offering fun events and plenty of roadways ideal for leaf peeping, whether by motorcycle or on a quick break during a scenic drive touring New York's historic attractions.

In the 1000 Islands Region, autumn's brilliant foliage is set against the beauty of the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario to the north and west, and the foothills of the Adirondacks to the east, offering motorcycle routes with spectacular views in every direction.

Adirondack Region, N.Y. - The Saratoga North Creek Railway offers whimsy and delight aboard scenic train rides this summer and fall, including an Oktoberfest-inspired fall extravaganza and plenty of beautiful scenery to ooh and aaah at from the sumptuous comfort of a train.

Experience the romance of the rails as you whizz through the most breathtaking scenery in New York State. Need another good reason to make the train part of your next Adirondack getaway? Here are four:

Late Fall Offers Lodging Deals in New York's Great Northern Catskills of Greene County

Greene County, N.Y. - Known as the "shoulder season" in the travel business, the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving and Christmas represent a time of discount lodging packages and affordable adventurous escapes in the Great Northern Catskills of Greene County.

Right now, you can book a Catskills getaway that includes special extras such as nightly Irish music, farm-fresh breakfasts or complimentary pick-up from the Amtrak train station, in addition to receiving great rates on your visit.

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