Unique Syracuse Tours

Unique Syracuse ToursUpstate New York is connected by several miles of intertwining roads. While these are traveled every day by thousands of people to get to work and to take care of the day to day business of life, these roads also lead to various points in Syracuse and its surrounding areas that are worth exploring. Get up close and personal with various notable sights and points of interest when you sign up to experience one of these fine specialized tours that Syracuse has to offer.

Mohegan Sun Casino At Pocono Downs
Don't gamble with your time by wasting it on a trip that doesn't pay! Instead, plan an exciting day trip to nearby Mohegan Sun Casino at Pocono Downs. The tour departs from Syracuse and makes its way to Wilkes Barre, home to this popular gambling venue. Tickets are reasonably priced and include a coupon for food and complimentary slot play. Don't wait! Your winning hand awaits on this fun getaway.

Address: 1308 Buckley Road, Syracuse, NY - MAP
Web: www.onondagacoach.com

Everson Museum of Art
Syracuse's Everson Museum of Art is widely considered to be one of the city's best must-see attractions. Inside this impressive venue that opened its doors in 1968, you'll find an incredible collection of American paintings, sculpture and graphics that date back from colonial times to the present. To get a somewhat closer look at the facility you can schedule a tour for you or your group. Advance scheduling is highly recommended.

Address: 401 Harrison Street, Syracuse, NY - MAP
Phone: (315) 474-6064
Web: www.everson.org/home.php

Sainte Marie Among the Iroquois Living Museum
History comes alive at the Sainte Marie Among the Iroquois Living Museum. This is the only attraction of its kind in the area. Rewind back 350 years when the Sainte Marie mission was being built by the French in cooperation with the Iroquois people. Your imagination will be awoken as you watch the reenactments of what the Iroquois did to build this mission, prepare their food and secure their living areas. Walking through the living museum is a kind of self-guided tour but the guides and museum personnel are available to answer any questions you may have.

Address: Rte 370, Onondaga Lake Pkwy, Liverpool, NY - MAP
Phone: (315) 453-6767
Web: onondagacountyparks.com

Red House Arts Center
When you tour the Red House Arts Center, you will find much more than just art in the house. You will discover the passions and expressions of the many young people in the Syracuse area who benefit from the programs that the center offers, allowing them to further their artistic endeavors and education. Lessons, exhibits and special presentations are all designed to foster creativity in all who come to see the work that is on display here. Come and tour this facility and perhaps you too will be moved to create something truly unforgettable!

Address: 201 S West Street, Syracuse, NY 13202 - MAP
Phone: (315) 425-0405
Web: www.theredhouse.org

Niagra Mohawk Building
Syracuse's Niagara Mohawk Building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as an outstanding example of Art Deco architecture and a symbol of the Age of Electricity. This building was completed in 1932 and was the original home of the nation's largest power utility company that is now a division of National Grid plc. Tours are available by request.

Address: Erie Blvd W, Syracuse, NY 13202 - MAP