Feel like going on a nice run, relaxing boat ride, or sitting down for a family picnic? Onondaga Lake Park provides the best paved vehicle-free trails in the region and seven miles of shoreline to keep the whole family entertained.
Stop by the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology (The MOST) and enjoy an interactive experience. The whole family can journey through a giant replica of the human heart, climb around a five-story playhouse, and then sit back to watch a movie on the 66 foot domed screen in the Bristol Omnitheater. This is the only IMAX dome theater located in upstate New York.
Located in downtown Syracuse, Armory Square provides a variety of unique shops and an abundance of restaurants that adds up to a very enjoyable experience. The shops in "the square" offer a variety of products from jewelry to art and fine crafts to home-made chocolate. Most of these shops are locally owned and operated, providing the very best in personalized service to each and every customer. In addition to the variety of shops, there is an array of gourmet restaurants and popular local pubs to choose from. Ethnic food from all over the world can be found at one of the many restaurants and the neighborhood pubs can truly make you feel right at home.
After you check out the many animal exhibits at the Zoo, head over to the Everson Museum of Art and enjoy the various exhibits hosted there throughout the year. The Everson houses about 11,000 pieces of art, including one of the largest holdings of American ceramics in the nation.
Come and enjoy the action packed Division I sports of Syracuse University! After visting the Zoo check out some of the great athletic programs Syracuse University has to offer including basketball, football and lacrosse.
The zoo will be transformed into a bustling Halloween bash with hauntingly hilarious interactive characters and sets for children and families to enjoy. Its “kooky not spooky” theme provides famili