Top 7 Best Places To Visit in Cortland, New York

The 1890 House Museum 

Chester F. Wickwire, an industrialist and local Philanthropist, and Samuel Burrage Reed built the 1890 House Museum.It was built in 1890, and is now part of the Historic District of Cortland.

CNY Living History Center 

The CNY Living History Center is made up of three museums that focus on three aspects of history.The three-in-one museum was officially opened to the public June 12, 2012. This is definitely one of your most affordable activities. 

Lime Hollow Nature Center 

Lime Hollow Nature Center was founded in 1993. It covers nearly 594 acres, including rolling hills, shallow glacial valleys and forests, fields and streams.

Cortland Country Golf Club 

This club is nestled in the beautiful hills and offers a great round. This well-known spot has been around for over 100 years. It is a great place to play.

Shipwreck Amusements 

Crazy golf is something we all enjoy. We know you will have fun at Shipwreck Amusements, which has the longest mini golf course in the entire world. You can also find other attractions like a mini-golf course with black lights, bounce houses and an outdoor paintball zone.

Cortland Repertory Theatre 

In 1971-72, Dr. James Palmer (associate director of theatre at SUNY Cortland) and David Yaman (a local realty developer) recognized the need to provide a high quality summer theatre experience for residents and visitors of Central New York.

Trinity Valley Dairy 

Trinity Valley is a fourth generation family farm that The Moo Crew Ken, Sue, Derek Poole and Branden run.This farm was established in 1987. You can enjoy fresh cream line milk straight from the farm, tasty baked goods just like grandma used, and other fresh, local products.