Robert H. Treman State Park, a 1,110-acre park in Tompkins County, is an area of outstanding wild beauty. The park features the Enfield Glen Gorge, which has 12 waterfalls and craggy gorges. There are also nine miles of hiking trails.
Cornell University is the most popular attraction in the town. It sits on 300 hectares (745 acres) of Ivy League land. It overlooks the rest of Ithaca as well as the magnificent stripe of Cayuga Lake to the north. The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art is the most popular attraction on campus.
More than 150 waterfalls are located within 26 kilometers (10 miles) It’s amazing! You can see it yourself. This beautiful waterfall is one of the top things to do in Ithaca NY this weekend.
Buttermilk Falls State park is 811 acres. It was named for the foaming waterfall that Buttermilk Creek created as it flows towards Cayuga lake. Buttermilk Falls State park is located southwest of Ithaca.
The Museum of the Earth, a natural history museum, explores the Earth in an engaging and fun way. The museum was established in 2003 by the Paleontological Research Institution. It aims to inspire an interest in the natural environment and the importance conserving it.
Moosewood Restaurant is well-known for its natural food cuisine. It has been in business for over 40 years. Fresh vegetables, herbs and fruits are used in the preparation of meals.