Everson’s permanent exhibits includes one of the largest ceramics collections in the world, including the largest holding of Robineau porcelains. The other major component to Everson Museum of Art is its collection of American paintings, with nearly 700 pieces on display.
Located in the only remaining weighlock building in the world, the Erie Canal Museum allows you to go onboard a full size replica line boat and learn about the past through hands-on exhibits.
Home to the only IMAX Dome Theater in upstate New York, Most Museum of Science & Technology allows children of all ages to explore the world of science through hands-on exhibits, planetarium shows and dynamic science demonstrations.
The Onondaga Historical Association is an important feature in the Syracuse area. Their mission is to educate the community about the history of Onondaga County and to encourage an appreciation for this area as we look to the future.
The city’s only surviving example of the opulent theatrical venues of the 1920s, this historic movie palace is currently mostly used as a venue for Broadway style musicals.
The Palace Theater is host to many wonderful concerts and shows. Open since 1922, it’s considered a landmark in Central New York that offers a unique experience for theater goers.
Located on the picturesque shores of Onondaga Lake, the St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview is home to the top summer concerts in Syracuse. Opening its doors to the public in 2015, this state-of-the-art amphitheater can accommodate over 17,500 music-loving patrons – both in reserved seating under the roof and on the spacious lawn underneath the stars.
No matter the season, there is one venue that stands above them all when it comes to the best of Syracuse events. Located in the heart of the city, The Oncenter has been host to everything from trade shows and conventions to concerts and theater productions,
The 7,000 square foot War Memorial Arena, plays host to graduation ceremonies, exhibits, conventions and more. Most notably, they are home to the American Hockey League’s Syracuse Crunch.
One of the finest AAA ballparks in the country with over 11,000 seats, this stadium is home to the Syracuse Chiefs of the International League.
The Carrier Dome is a 50,000-seat sports stadium located on the campus of Syracuse University. The only domed stadium in the Northeast is home to the S.U. football, men’s basketball, and men’s and women’s lacrosse team. The facility has also hosted for a variety of events such as NCAA Championships, NBA pre-season games, Olympic ice skating shows and even held concerts for Bruce Springsteen, Garth Brooks and many others.
Parks & Recreation
A sandy waterfront swimming area with inflatables, kayaks and paddle boats available for rent, this family friendly park also have children’s playgrounds and picnic tables for a quick getaway.
This beautifully kept 76 acre park features a perennial garden, herb garden, lily pond, and an evergreen arboretum. But during the blooming season, the nationally renowned E.M. Mills Memorial Rose Garden and its thousands of roses is a real treat to see and smell.
The stunning three-story glass atrium that provides a mix of luxury stores, outlet stores, restaurants and entertainment, is the largest shopping center in the state of New York. Retailers include, Pandora, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, Abercrombie & Fitch and more. Dining options are plenty, from choices like Cheesecake Factory, The Melting Pot to Popeye’s and Johnny Rockets.