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Things to do and see in Ithaca and on the Cornell Campus!

Buttermilk Falls State Park - Near the Ithaca College campus, the park lives up to its unique name.

Finger Lakes Trail - Hiking trails that go on for miles.

Cayuga Lake - The longest of the Finger Lakes, it is beautiful year round.

Cornell's Johnson Museum of Art - Designed by architect I.M. Pei, this museum has an impressive art collection and an equally impressive view of Ithaca.

Cornell Lab of Ornithology - One of the nation's premier research institutes for birds, it is now housed in a new, state of the art building overlooking the 224-acre Sapsucker Woods.

Cornell Plantations - The Plantations is a museum of living plants with a network of trails through campus providing natural areas for hiking and nature appreciation.

Finger Lakes Wine Trail - encompasses both the Cayuga and Seneca wine trails. (The Cayuga Wine Trail is closest to Cornell.)

Ithaca Events - A calendar of local events.

Ithaca/Tompkins County Visitor Bureau - Newcomers to the area can request a copy of their comprehensive and well designed guide. 1 (800) 28-ITHACA

Ithaca Discovery Trail - A quick primer on some attractions popular to the area.

Museum of the Earth at PRI - A new public natural history exhibit facility for one of the nation's largest fossil collections.

The Sciencenter - An educational experience geared towards the younger view, it is equally fascinating for the young at heart.

Taughannock Falls State Park - The 783-acre park contains the highest straight drop waterfall east of the Mississippi River.

This is only a short list of the things to see and do in the Ithaca area. We are fortunate to be located in area rich in things to do and great places to eat --- a person can only be bored here if they want to be bored!