New York State is historic. It's untamed. It's iconic. But more importantly, it's anything you want it to be. Did you know that Adirondack State Park is larger than Yellowstone, Everglades, Glacier, and the Grand Canyon combined? So, let's go! Explore their unique vacation regions and discover what it is that you LOVE about New York.
Average Temperature (°C)
New York City is the most populous city in the United States, with around 8.5 million residents. You can look down from the 86th floor of the Empire State Building, climb 377 steps to the Statue of Liberty's crown, and tour Ellis Island, where over 12 million immigrants entered the United States between 1892 and 1924.
Regions to visit
Central New York
Amid rolling hills and picturesque farmland, discover famous attractions, hidden gems, fun adventures and great events! In Cooperstown, America's perfect village, the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum celebrates heroes and heritage. Experience 1845 village life at The Farmers' Museum and see whimsical folk art at the Fenimore Art Museum.
You’ve heard about the famous white-sand beaches. And the world class wineries, fresh local produce and seafood. Long Island was named one of the world’s Top 10 wine regions and boasts top-rated restaurants. Two beaches regularly head Dr. Beach’s celebrated Top 10 list. But there’s even more to discover.
New York City
In this region of wonders, Niagara Falls is the star! Whether you’ve visited before or this is your first time, it’s an awesome experience. And there’s much more—from two Great Lakes famous for beaches, boating and trophy fishing, to the magnificent Letchworth Gorge, ideal for hiking, biking, and camping. Discover world-class arts, fascinating history and culinary treats, from Buffalo Wings at the legendary Anchor Bar to wine-pairing dinners along the Niagara Wine Trail.
From great restaurants to glorious gardens and performing arts, creativity thrives amid inspiring landscapes. Celebrated chefs create farm-to-table cuisine at country inns and the world-famous Culinary Institute of America. With abundant farm markets, award-winning wineries, craft-breweries and food festivals, Hudson Valley dining is legendary.