Erie Canal Museum is one of Syracuse.

1. Erie Canal Museum

318 Erie Blvd E, Syracuse, NY
History Museum · Downtown Syracuse · 5 tips and reviews

VisitSyracuseVisitSyracuse: This cool museum is housed in an 1850 Weighlock Building. Discover artifacts, a full-sized canal boat replica, interactive displays & more. Check out the Gingerbread Gallery during the holidays. Read more.

Onondaga County Historic Society's Museum is one of Syracuse.

2. Onondaga County Historic Society's Museum

321 Montgomery St, Syracuse, NY
Historic Site · Downtown Syracuse · 5 tips and reviews

VisitSyracuseVisitSyracuse: The OHA Museum celebrates the area's events, architecture, sports legends, industries, transportation & recreation. Ghostwalks are often held every fall. Be sure to check out the new gift shop! Read more.

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que is one of Syracuse.

3. Dinosaur Bar-B-Que

246 W Willow St (at N Franklin St), Syracuse, NY
BBQ Joint · Downtown Syracuse · 255 tips and reviews

VisitSyracuseVisitSyracuse: Say "Dinosaur BBQ" to a local and watch their mouth start to water. Try the Wango Tango sauce over a rack of ribs. Check out the funky wall art & live music & enjoy this Syracuse celebrity! Read more.

MoST - Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology is one of Syracuse.

4. MoST - Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology

500 S Franklin St (at W Jefferson St), Syracuse, NY
Science Museum · 19 tips and reviews

VisitSyracuseVisitSyracuse: Explore the world of science through hands-on exhibits, planetarium shows and lively science demonstrations. Check out the 50 ft. Bristol IMAX Omnitheater, the only domed IMAX theater in Upstate NY. Read more.

Armory Square is one of Syracuse.

5. Armory Square

325 S Clinton St, Syracuse, NY
Plaza · 23 tips and reviews

VisitSyracuseVisitSyracuse: Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Armory Square, once a meat-packing and factory district, is now a trendy spot for dining, shopping & nightlife. The Onondaga Creekwalk starts here. Read more.

Everson Museum of Art is one of Syracuse.

6. Everson Museum of Art

401 Harrison St (S State St), Syracuse, NY
Art Museum · Downtown Syracuse · 14 tips and reviews

VisitSyracuseVisitSyracuse: 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.

Carrier Dome is one of Syracuse.

7. Carrier Dome

900 Irving Ave (at Syracuse University), Syracuse, NY
College Football Field · 106 tips and reviews

VisitSyracuseVisitSyracuse: Home to Syracuse University basketball, football & lacrosse teams; "The Loudhouse" is the largest domed stadium in the Northeast & largest on-campus basketball arena, seating 50,000. Read more.

Rosamond Gifford Zoo is one of Syracuse.

8. Rosamond Gifford Zoo

1 Conservation Place (at S Wilbur Ave), Syracuse, NY
Zoo · 32 tips and reviews

VisitSyracuseVisitSyracuse: Home to more than 700 animals, the zoo offers year-round fun for children & adults. Winter is a great time to visit - animals are very active in the snow & 70% of the exhibits are indoors. Read more.

Destiny USA is one of Syracuse.

9. Destiny USA

9090 Destiny, Syracuse, NY
Shopping Mall · 142 tips and reviews

VisitSyracuseVisitSyracuse: Thousands are drawn to CNY's top shopping destination every year. With over 170 stores, you're sure to find what you need. AAA/CAA members: show your card & receive a "Passport of Savings" Read more.

Tipperary Hill is one of Syracuse.

10. Tipperary Hill

Syracuse, NY
Neighborhood · 7 tips and reviews

VisitSyracuseVisitSyracuse: "Tipp Hill" is home to the only upside down traffic light in the world, with green on top and red on the bottom. Read the story of the upside down traffic light at the Stone Throwers Monument. Read more.

Onondaga Lake Park is one of Syracuse.

11. Onondaga Lake Park

106 Lake Dr, Liverpool, NY
Park · 33 tips and reviews

VisitSyracuseVisitSyracuse: Known as the "Central Park of CNY", locals use this shoreline park year-round. Walk, run, bike or just sit and watch the water. Trams take visitors to each end of the park from May-October. Read more.