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The Great New York State Fair
Tourist Attractions

August 23 -
September 3, 2007


The Great New York State Fair
NYS Fairgrounds / Empire Expo Center
315-487-7711 or 800-475-FAIR

Annually, more than 1,000,000 people from across the Northeast attend the Great NYS Fair to view the best in agricultural and livestock competition, top-name entertainment, the International Horse Show and much much more!

Admission: $4, advance sale; $8, at the gate; free, children 12 and under

Hours: 8am-Midnight

Everson Museum of Art
401 Harrison Street, Syracuse New York

Built in 1968, the museum is the first in the world to be designed by architect I.M.Pei. Home of the Syracuse China Center for the study of ceramics, which contains one of the nations most comprehensive displays of American ceramics, American paintings, sculpture and graphics dating from colonial times to the present, and ceramics from around the world.

315-474-6064 - Call for gallery & cafe hours. Group tours are available by appointment.



Museum of Science & Technology (MOST)
500 S. Franklin Street, Syracuse New York

Three levels of hands-on science activities, unique exhibits and live demonstrations. Plus, feel the reel, as you experience the sensation of IMAX in New York State's only domed theater.

315-425-9068 - Planetarium & IMAX presentations have an additional fee.



Saint Marie Among The Iroquois Living Museum
Rte 370, Onondaga Lake Pkwy, Liverpool New York

Step back in time and discover the 17th century an Syracuse's only living history museum. Experience life as it was 350 years ago when the Sainte Marie mission was built by Frenchmen, who had been invited to the area by the Iroquois people.

Interact with people of the time. The modern visitor center invites you to learn the stories of this fascinating part of the past.

315-453-6767 - Please call for our seasonal hours, rates and group rates.




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