The Children’s Museum
Exciting hands-on learning center with emphasis on local history, environmental science, the arts, and space science.
Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute Museum of Art
Offers 20 galleries featuring selections from the permanent collection and exhibitions of works from major collections worldwide.
The Stanley Theater
A Historic theatre which opened September 10, 1928 and has been the premier showplace for Central New York ever since.
The Utica Memorial Auditorium
The AUD has hosted several sold out concerts in recent years including Godsmack, Oysterhead, Disturbed, and Avenged Sevenfold with Buckcherry. Annual favorites include Monster Trucks, the Ziyara Shrine & Jordan Circuses, Harlem Globetrotters, college and high school hockey, wrestling, cheerleading and gymnastics competitions, the AUD showcases its diversity and capitalizes on its centralized location.
The Utica Zoo
The zoo has grown from its small beginnings with three fallow deer to its present collection of over 200 animals. Of the 80 acres of land set aside for the zoo's use, 35 are presently developed.
Many exciting and challenging courses to choose from that offer even the most accomplished player a quality match.
F.X. Matt Brewing Company is an American family-owned brewery at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains in Utica, New York. It is the fourth oldest family-owned brewery in the United States after D. G. Yuengling & Son (1829), August Schell Brewing Company (1860), and Straub Brewery Inc. (1872). Its most popular product is the Saranac line of beers, although soft drinks such at Root Beer and Ginger Beer are also produced by the company.
The Turning Stone Resort and Casino
Enjoy gaming, shows, dinning and more.
This is the largest most competitive 15K road race in the nation with more than 10,000 runners. Each year, the race attracts top elite runners from all over the world, Olympians and world record holders.
Americas Greatest Heart Run and Walk
A great opportunity to get some exercise, win prizes and serve the community. Even more importantly, it's a chance to raise money to support the American Heart Association's fight against heart disease -- our nation's number one killer.
The largest winter festival in Central New York.