100 Farrell Road, Syracuse, NY, US, 13209-1896

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  • Attractions

    »Headrush

    Headrush features paintball, BMX, skateboarding, motocross and much more. This is the ultimate place to have fun and get extreme!

    3417 Walters Road
    Syracuse, New York 13209

    »Oswego-Oneida Streets Historic District

    The Oswego-Oneida Streets Historic District is located at Baldwinsville, New York. This historic district is spread over 50 acres (20 ha) and has 32 comprising buildings. The district was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on July 29, 1982.

    North Street
    Baldwinsville, NY 13027

    »Destiny USA

    A lively mall with excellent facilities for the visitors, the Destiny USA is a wonderful place to be with your family or group of friends. The mall offers a wide array of shopping options and eateries. The mall also houses several entertainment options. For more information, please visit the website.

    9090 Destiny USA Drive
    Syracuse, NY 13290

    »St. Paul's Armenian Apostolic Church

    The St. Paul's Armenian Apostolic Church is a historic church built in 1908. The church building has a simple yet stunning architecture. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2010 and has been in service from the time of its birth. Regular masses and religious ceremonies are carried out at the congregation. For service timings please log on to their website.

    310 North Geddes Street
    Syracuse, NY 13204

    »Rosamond Gifford Zoo

    The Syracuse vicinity of New York is swanked by the stellar Rosamond Gifford Zoo. It is precisely situated at Burnet Park in Syracuse. The zoo site is a great recreational avenue for all ages and encompasses a massive land cover of 43 acres (17 hectares). The zoo houses more than 900 varied animals. It was opened for public viewing in 1914. Post its strategic renewal, the zoo was re-opened in 1986. A distinct highlight is the U.S.S. Antiquities Aquarium which boasts of exhibits ranging of insects, aquatic life, reptiles and much more.

    1 Conservation Place
    Syracuse, NY 13204

    »Niagara Mohawk Building

    Niagara Mohawk Building, now occupied by the National Grid is an art deco structure and was built in 1932. It is a part of the prestigious 'National Register of Historic Places' and was designed and conceptualized by Melvin L. King and Bley & Lyman. This structure represents the new 'Age of Electricity' and showed a hope of light during the troubled times of 'Great Depression'. When in Syracuse, do visit this national landmark.

    300 Erie Boulevard West
    Syracuse, NY 13202

    »Armory Square Historic District

    The next time you're in downtown Syracuse, don’t forget to stop by the Armory Square Historic District. Officially added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, this neighborhood has it all - swanky restaurants, coffee houses, clothing boutiques, nightlife and even some miscellaneous shops that sell everything from used records to vintage clothing. Armory Square District is also home to the Shot Clock Monument.

    Armory Square Historic District
    Syracuse, NY 13202

    »Gridley Building

    The impressive limestone quarters of the Onondaga County Savings Bank were built in 1867. Horatio Nelson White designed this historic building that was later known as Gridley Building. It was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.

    101 South Salina Street
    Syracuse, NY 13202

    »Hanover Square

    Previously known as the Veteran's Park, the Hanover Square is a park located in downtown Syracuse. It is surrounded by a few historic buildings too, together forming the Hanover Square historic district. Most of these buildings were constructed in 1834 in Second Empire, Romanesque and Federal style architecture. The site has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1976.

    109-114 South Warren Street
    Syracuse, NY 13202

    »Canal Center

    The Canal Center offers so much! There are exhibits of the original canal system from Syracuse to Rome, a canoe launch, biking, hiking and picnicking.

    318 Erie Boulevard East
    Syracuse, New York 13202

    »First English Lutheran Church

    The corner of James Street and Townsend Street in Syracuse is bequeathed with a monumental religious landmark in the form of the First English Lutheran Church. It was founded in the year 1879 and is of great importance to the city. Standing firm for more than a century, it is a fine example of Mission/Spanish Revival Styles of architecture. Sundays are reserved for Bible study that begins at 9:30a and the worship services that are followed thereafter.

    501 James Street
    Syracuse, NY 13203

    »Syracuse City Hall

    The Syracuse City Hall is the city landmark that is mainly used for public meetings and events. It was built in the late 1800s in a Romanesque Revival style of architecture and is a major attraction to a lot of tourists. Several events are conducted on different days according to the pre-organized schedule decided by the committee.

    233 East Washington Street
    Syracuse, NY 13202
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