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Cornell Lab of Ornithology

A paradise for nature lovers! The Visitor Center is filled with science exhibits and artwork, and the 230-acre sanctuary with 4 miles of trails provides scenic hiking and bird watching opportunities.

Corning Museum of Glass

Learn about this ancient, versatile material and how it was used in science, craft and design throughout history at this famous museum, home to the world's most comprehensive collection of glass.

Herbert F Johnson Museum at Cornell

Located on the Cornell campus, this museum is home to a permanent collection of more than 35,000 works of art as well as a european collection including works by Albrecht Dürer, William Hogarth, Francisco Goya, Édouard Manet, Charles-François Daubigny, Edgar Degas, William-Adolphe Bouguereau, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Otto Dix, Fernand Léger and Henri Matisse. There are also extensive holdings of American artists, including Georgia O'Keeffe and Andy Warhol, as well as members of the Hudson River School and the American Impressionists to contemporary art. The Collection of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs consists of more than 22,000 works, including works by Berenice Abbott, Robert Frank, Alfred Stieglitz, and Garry Winogrand. Make sure to visit the top floor which offers STUNNING views of Ithaca and Cayuga Lake!

Museum of the Earth - Ithaca

Journey back to prehistoric times and meet it's creatures, from the tiniest trilobite to the mighty Stegosaur.

Sciencenter Ithaca

The Sciencenter inspires excitement for science through hands-on exhibits and interactive programs that engage, educate and empower visitors of any age and ability.

The Glenn H Curtiss Museum - Hammondsport

This small museum is well worth a visit! Glenn Curtiss' passion for motor cycles and especially air planes is fascinating and infectious! He is rightfully known as the founder of the US aviation industry. Learn how he invented the water plane and what part this invention played in the first world war and admire the models displayed in the museum. Or have a chat with volunteer craftsmen working on historic aircraft.
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