Attractions

The circuit moved to its current permanent location in 1956. The Glen hosted a wide variety of racing competition during this time, including Formula One, Can-Am, Trans-Am and Indy cars. Victory Circle at Watkins Glen saw many of the top names in international motorsports, including Jackie Stewart, Mario Andretti, Bobby Unser and Mark Donahue.

www.theglen.com

It is said that the Finger Lakes were made by the impression of the hand of the Great Spirit on central New York State. However there are six major Finger Lakes; west to east they are Canandaigua, Keuka, Seneca, Cayuga, Owasco and Skaneateles.

Prime Outlets - When it comes to shopping name brand values at tremendous savings, Prime Outlets centers are the destinations of choice for Americans and international tourists alike.

www.primeoutlets.com

The Corning Museum of Glass is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. seven days a week. In July and August (through Labor Day weekend), it is open from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Museum is closed Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November), December 25, and January 1. Limited programming opportunities and exhibits are available on December 24 from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

www.cmog.org

Dozens of golf courses are found throughout the Finger Lakes region–ranging from high end resort courses to casual country courses along with a bit of everything in between.

www.fingerlakes.com/activities/golf

Early Aviation and Local History of Hammondsport, N.Y. "Must See" Attraction In The Finger Lakes.

Glen H. Curtiss Museum HAMMONDSPORT, NEW YORK

Located close to Trimmer House Bed and Breakfast, and a perfect location for picnics and relaxing.

The Oliver House, built in 1852, was once the residence of the well known Oliver family of physicians in Penn Yan. The Yates County Historical Society, although formed in 1860, did not have a home for its collections, exhibits, or archives. Cooperative agreements were drawn up between the Historical Society and the village. Today, the Oliver House Museum offers its visitors personal, guided tours through Victorian period rooms and changing exhibits interpreting the past of Yates County.

www.yatespast.com

We invite you to visit the largest, most diverse community of wine producers in the Eastern United States. Over twenty wineries along the shores of Seneca Lake offer individual and unique expressions from one of America's finest wine districts.

www.senecalakewine.com

The Windmill is the first and friendliest farm and craft market in upstate New York, located right in the heart of the Finger Lakes Wine Region. Midway between Penn Yan and Dundee on NY Route 14A, The Windmill has become a premier tourist attraction, with a weekly attendance exceeding 8,000 - 10,000 people. Beginning with roughly 100 vendors, The Windmill serves as an outlet for local producers and craftsmen. Now in its 28th year, The Windmill plays host to nearly 200 shops, you're sure to find something for everyone. Many people plan to spend the entire day at The Windmill and enjoy a picnic on our beautifully landscaped grounds. Flower gardens and our fish pond with water lilies add a touch of beauty.

www.thewindmill.com

It is unique among the Finger Lakes in two ways: it is Y-shaped with a scenic bluff over seven hundred feet above lake level between the two branches of the Y, and it is the only Finger Lake that outlets into another Finger Lake, into Seneca Lake at Dresden.

www.fingerlakes.com

Spend a day, a weekend, or a week traveling along the shores of beautiful Keuka Lake, the most picturesque of New York's pristine Finger Lakes. Visit the eight wineries of the Keuka Lake Wine Trail, enjoying the unique tasteful experience each has to offer. The Wineries include: Barrington Cellars, Dr. Frank's, Heron Hill, Hunt Country, Keuka Overlook, Keuka Spring, McGregor, and Chateau Renaissance.

www.keukawinetrail.com