In the late 1700s & 1800s, this salt plant produced nearly all the nation's salt. Many of the workers were Irish, thus the dish of Salt Potatoes became famous here. Read more.
This used to be a mobile concession stand, originally built to provide food to motorcycle bikers. It became a full service restaurant in 1988 and is a popular stop whenever people visit Syracuse. Read more.
When it’s game time, the Carrier Dome lives up to its nickname — “The Loudhouse.” Don't forget to try the Dome Stomp: stand in between the outer ridges of the building and jump! Read more.
This building was one of I.M. Pei's first designs and features the most significant collection of American ceramics in the US. You'll also find rotating exhibits, children's interactive gallery & more Read more.
Beautiful boardwalk over the bog area next to Labrador Pond. Hang gliding jump off point nearby. Read more.