Ithaca : Top 7 Best Places To Visit in Ithaca

Ithaca : Top 7 Best Places To Visit in Ithaca

Robert Treman State Park

Robert Treman State Park

If you are brave enough to explore the entire area, you can hike any trail in Enfield Creek. It is located 3.5 miles from Anfield Glen. The steep slope is nearly 150m. Nearly five trails lead through the gorge, past 12 waterfalls. All are equally strenuous but offer beautiful views of the surrounding area.

Cornell Botanic Garden

Cornell Botanic Garden

The Newman Arboretum covers 150 acres. Cornell Botanic Gardens is a garden that focuses on trees and shrubs that are native to New York State. It also has a theme herb garden, a flower garden for decorative arts, and a vegetable garden. 

Johnson Museum of Art 

Johnson Museum of Art 

You can enjoy all the amazing artworks and also climb up to the fifth floor, which offers some of best views over Ithaca Lake and Cayuga Lake. The Johnson Museum of Art offers a wonderful sculpture garden and hosts regular temporary exhibitions and events. It is well worth a visit. 

Ithaca Farmers Market

Ithaca Farmers Market

There are many smaller markets held throughout the city, but the biggest and most lively are held at the lakeside pavilion on Saturdays or Sundays during the summer months. 

Sciencenter

Sciencenter

The museum’s beautiful murals are worth a visit. The Sciencenter is open Tuesday through Saturday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. On Sundays, the museum opens at 12 a.m. 

Museum of the Earth

Museum of the Earth

There are also several permanent and temporary visual exhibitions that can be used to engage visitors, interactive science features, art exhibits, and other rotating events each month. 

Six Mile Creek Vineyard

Six Mile Creek Vineyard

There are also several permanent and temporary visual exhibitions that can be used to engage visitors, interactive science features, art exhibits, and other rotating events each month.