New York State Travel
Despite the fact that no battles were fought in New York, its contribution to the Civil War effort was vast and far reaching.
Author Washington Irving is best known for writing two mystical tales of fiction. Both took place in an area in Upstate New York which some call the most haunted place on earth.
Much of America’s story was forged on domestic battlefields. Honor those who died for our freedom with a wartime heritage site visit.
An acknowledged visionary, rebel and architectural genius, the artistry of Frank Lloyd Wright remains unique and unparalleled to this day.
Nestled between the Adirondack and Catskill Mountain ranges, the Mohawk Valley is steeped in mystery as well as history.
Who would we be as a nation, were it not for Susan B. Anthony? Learn about her life and impact on America this summer.
Start small on a classic beginner’s peak like Cascade or go the distance on a demanding peak like Mount Marcy.
Huguenot Street is a National Historic Landmark district and the heart of New Paltz today.
The Hudson Valley is rich in sites recounting early New York State history. It’s time to gas up and get your Valley on!
Many delightful communities with exciting historical attractions dot the 363-mile long expanse of the Erie Canal.
The history of America’s favorite pastime is celebrated at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York.
New York State’s highways and byways are chock full of scenic vistas and natural wonders. Explore them this summer.
Visit these three places this summer to celebrate New York State’s earliest inhabitants, Native Americans.
Escape the sweat and grime of the city by traveling to a green, lush New York State Park this summer.
An afternoon at Saratoga and the races can be a unique blend of old-fashioned glamour and modern-day excitement.