4 favorite things to do in finger lakes region, Upstate New York

Widespread rolling meadows, picturesque landscapes, cascading waterfalls, dotted wildflowers spread across, museums and countries renowned universities upstate new york draws a picture-perfect summer holiday for all kinds of travelers and outdoor audacious, culture connoisseurs. Behold yourself for a different side of Newyork awaits to unfold and unveil.

Corningware Museum of glass - In the midst of rugged mountains and lovely natural setting, Corningware museums is one of the gems in the finger lake region. Established is 1951, collection of 3,500 historical pieces and exhibit of glasses and glass-related pieces from several era and continent. Before visiting, I never realized that I will discover the world of glass which sheer blends of creative talent and genius. The museum offers glass blowing demos and you can create your own glass too especially a great experience for the kids. The beautiful Tiffiny widow is one of the essential addition. Promoting glass research Corning Museum has many interesting pieces of glass including glass furnishing.

Watkins Glen State Park - About 2 miles of hike and 19 waterfalls Watkin Glen seems natures own canvas. A hike we did with 10 years old and 7 years old pretty fine. Every cascading waterfall, bridges, side views are just enchanting. This gorgeous George is about 400 feet with many cliffs. You don't require any hiking skill just hike and wanderlust which is shaped by the water and ice from last 10,0000 years. The cliffs and astounding structures make it one of a kind and most popular destination in the finger lake region.

Cayuga lake - One of the most significant lake in the finger lake region and 2nd largest in finger lakes. Emerald green water is a paradise for outdoor lovers kayaking, paddleboating, swimming, boat rentals are several activities available to do. Soak up the sun in the natural alluring surroundings while indulging in a family picnic.

Taughannock Falls State Park - Rocky cliffs and lightly zigzag shallow river and the towering waterfall a postcard-perfect park. This 750 acres park has one of the highest falls on the east coast. Just a little hiking will allow you to overlook a view of the fall. One of the gorgeous fall one shouldn't miss.


  1. Thoroughly enjoyed this informative post - esp learning about Lake Cayuga!

  2. I was so lucky to find this post on FB because on Saturday I'm actually going for the long weekend near the finger lakes. Thanks!



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