Sightseeing in Oneida


Winery Tour with Round-Trip Transportation for 1, 2, 4, or 15 from Black Bear Winery (Up to $1,001 Off)

Black Bear Winery

Multiple Locations

Visit to upstate winery includes tastings of fruit wines, pairings of local Amish cheese, lunch, and round-trip transportation

$180 $115

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Admission for Two or Four or Membership for One or Two at Bundy Museum of History and Art (Up to 52% Off)

Bundy Museum of History and Art

Westside

Memberships grant free tours and discounts for guests passes, programs and events, and use of the facility as an event space

$14 $7

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Crush on Seneca Winery Tour for Four or Six from Crush Beer & Wine Tours (Up to 50% Off)

Crush Beer & Wine Tours

Fingerlakes Gaming Race Track

Groups travel through Finger Lakes wineries, including Heron Hill and Ventossa, where they can sample different vintages and snack on pizza

$479.80 $249

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Hot Air Balloon Experience at Saratoga Balloon & Craft Festival (Up to 40% Off). Four Options Available.

Saratoga Balloon & Craft Festival

Saratoga Balloon & Craft Festival

Visitors ride in the 20 hot-air balloons that float through the sky with champagne and snacks

$285 $171

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Scenic Adirondack Train Ride for Two or Four from Saratoga & North Creek Railway (Up to 45% Off)

Saratoga & North Creek Railway

Saratoga Springs

Historic, scenic train offering spectacular views of the Adirondacks & Hudson River

$50 $29

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Visit or Membership to The National Museum of Dance and Hall of Fame (55% Off). Three Options Available.

National Museum Of Dance And Hall Of Fame

National Museum of Dance

Museum celebrates the history of dance and dancers with stunning exhibits

$26 $12

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Established: 1985 Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Dry docks, blacksmith shop, canal boat Recommended Age Group: All ages Q&A with a Member on the Board of Trustees What is the experience like? ?The best field trip ever??school children from all over Central New York share this sentiment when they visit Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum. Last year, over 1,800 school children learned about the Erie Canal, boat building, [and] life on a canal boat, and they experienced what it is like to be a real archaeologist searching for historic artifacts while enjoying our top-notch education program. An award-winning historic site, the Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum preserves the history of the only restored historic dry dock on the canal and shares the story of the Erie Canal?s role in making New York the Empire State. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? Walk along the Erie Canal to the stone aqueduct. Bring or rent a bike and explore along the path where Sal the mule walked from Buffalo to Albany pulling the canal boats loaded with New York state agricultural products, and see the sites that thousands of immigrants from Ireland and all of Europe first saw as they traveled on the Erie Canal to settle western New York and the states west [of there].
717 Lakeport Rd
Chittenango,
NY
US
• For $17, you get a single membership (a $35 value). • For $25, you get a family membership (a $50 value).
318 Erie Blvd E
Syracuse,
NY
US
Brian Wood and his family have been working with antiques and collectibles in Syracuse for three generations. These days, he oversees an impressive gallery of esteemed artwork and creates beautiful custom frames worthy of any artwork, photo, or certificate. The 2,500-square-foot gallery is home to original artworks and prints from nature-focused artists, abstract portraitists, and impressionists.
201 Wolf Street
Syracuse,
NY
US
The Catskills B & B cradles guests in a historic 1898 Victorian home surrounded by the majesty of the northwest Catskill Mountains and an inviting community of art galleries, antique shops, and golf courses. In each of the 17 fully restored rooms, guests can cozy up to pieces of antique furniture and private bath accommodations. During the warmer months, early risers admire sleepy-eyed sunrises from the tranquil wildflower garden before taking advantage of a complimentary breakfast that includes pastries, waffles, fresh fruit, and herbal teas. With the third option of today's deal, vegetarian lunch and dinner meals continue to keep stomach furnaces well stoked with house-made soups, house-baked bread, and gourmet vegetarian recipes from throughout the world. Tension and vestigial dorsal fins are kept at by with a 60-minute kneading from a certified massage therapist, allowing guests to peacefully embark on ski and snowboard adventures at nearby mountains or covert birding missions on adjacent hiking trails.
156 W Main St
Stamford,
NY
US
We have over 150 classic cars on display, ranging from 1901 through the early 1970's. WWI & WWII airplane engines, period fashions, videos, and storyboards round out the exhibits. Plan at least 1 1/2 to 2 hours to tour the Museum.
24 Rexford St
Norwich,
NY
US
Established: 2004 Reservations/Appointments: Optional Staff Size: 2?10 people Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Recommended Age Group: Adults The year was 1889. Harlow E. Bundy, an entrepreneur by trade and nature teamed up with his brother, Willard Bundy, to market the time recorder. Willard worked as a jeweler and inventor, and combining his expertise with his brother's business savvy, the two founded Bundy Manufacturing Company. After working in Binghamton, the brothers' company moved to Endicott and changed names. Today, people know it as IBM. The brother's legacy still stands in Binghamton, though, in the form of Harlow Bundy's one-time house, now the center of the Bundy Museum of History and Art. The museum preserves not only the story of the brothers, but also the history and artwork of the region that inspired them. The collection includes a wide array of early manufacturing implements, broadcasting tools, and even a life-sized recreation of the Bundy's booth from the 1893 World's Fair. The curators run an open art gallery that showcases different artists every month, as well as an African Gallery focusing on ancestral and ceremonial African artifacts. There's even a vintage barbershop on the campus, a recreation of the one that stood next to IBM's original Endicott headquarters.
129 Main St
Binghamton,
NY
US
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