Columbus Circle is a neighborhood and plaza in the downtown section of Syracuse, New York.
The Everson Museum of Art in Downtown Syracuse, New York is a major Central New York museum focusing on American art.
Clinton Square, in downtown Syracuse, New York, was the original town center and first came into existence in the early 19th century where…
Onondaga Creek is a major tributary of Onondaga Lake which is located in Onondaga County, New York.
The Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology is a science and technology museum located in the Armory Square neighborhood of…
The Rosamond Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park is a zoo in Syracuse, New York.
Armory Square is a small neighborhood on the west side of Downtown Syracuse, New York.
Hanover Square in downtown Syracuse is actually a triangle at the intersection of Warren, Water, and East Genesee Streets.
Thornden Park is a 76-acre park in Syracuse, New York, United States, which is the second largest in the city after Burnet Park.
Elmwood Park is located in the southwestern portion of Syracuse, New York.
The War Memorial Arena is a multi-purpose arena located in Syracuse, New York. It is part of the Oncenter Complex.
The Warehouse in Downtown Syracuse, New York, United States, is a former storage warehouse of the Syracuse-based Dunk and Bright Furniture…
NBT Bank Stadium is a publicly owned, 11,071-seat, minor league baseball stadium in Syracuse, New York.
The oriental-style theatre is a splendid example of opulent theatrical venues of the 1920s. The historic interior is glamorous.
The Oncenter is a three-building convention and entertainment complex in Downtown Syracuse, New York, United States.
The Syracuse City Hall is the city hall of Syracuse, New York.
The Harriet May Mills House or Harriet May Mills Residence is a historic home on the west side of Syracuse, New York.
Little Italy Syracuse is an ethnic enclave in Syracuse, New York that contains several bakeries, cafés, pizzerias, restaurants, beauty…
Forman Park, in Syracuse, New York, was first established on June 16, 1839 and was known as Forman Square.
Grace Episcopal Church is an historic Episcopal parish in Syracuse, New York.
Marshall Street, or "M" Street, is a street in the University Hill neighborhood in Syracuse, New York, adjacent to Syracuse University.