Letchworth State Park, with some of the most magnificent scenery in the United States, comprises 14,350 acres along the Genesee River. Within the park, the river roars over three major waterfalls, one of which is 107 feet high. The cliffs, created by the river's path over thousands of years, approach 600 feet.
Attractions: -
- Cabins and camping sites
- Pinewood Lodge, with light housekeeping units, the Stone House, Caroline's Cottage, or a country inn within the park, the Glen Iris Inn, with guest rooms and fine dining.
- Swimming pools
- Fishing areas
- Hiking trails
- Hot air ballooning
- Whitewater rafting
- Canoeing by permit



The Curtiss Museum is a unique facility that focuses on early aviation, local history and the creative genius of Glenn H. Curtiss. Featured are: early aircraft, bicycles and motorcycles, engines, boats, an early travel trailer and a large display of early 1900s Americana.

The museum contains over a dozen aircraft, including AEA June Bug (flying reproduction), AEA Silver Dart (static reproduction), Curtiss Model D (flying reproduction), Curtiss Model E (flying reproduction), Curtiss "America" (flying reproduction), JN-4D Jenny, Curtiss Model MF, Curtiss Oriole, Curtiss Robin, C-46 Commando, three Mercury Aircraft, a 2/3 scale Curtiss P-40 Warhawk reproduction, and Curtiss-Wright Junior.



The Finger Lakes of New York is the largest and most celebrated wine-producing region in the Eastern United States. At its heart lies Keuka Lake, whose spectacular beauty and glacially deposited soils inspired early grape cultivation and the birth of America’s wine industry in 1860.

The eight family-owned wineries of the Keuka Lake Wine Trail are dedicated to producing wines of the highest quality and to making your visit to our area truly enjoyable and memorable.



The Corning Museum of Glass is a museum in Corning, New York dedicated to the art, history and science of glass. It was founded in 1951 by Corning Glass Works and currently has a collection of more than 45,000 glass objects, some over 3,500 years old.

You can explore every facet of glass at The Corning Museum of Glass. See more than 35 centuries of glass artistry in the galleries; explore glass innovations in our hands-on science and technology area, and watch live glass demos—all day, every day of the week. You can even Make Your Own Glass!