Best Places to   Visit in Cortland 

By Team nomadlawyer | July 18, 2022

The 1890 House Museum #1



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


Unitarian Universalist Church #2

The church is beautiful with stained glass windows. It also offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere. We are proud to call this the “cobblestone church”, and we hope you enjoy attending one of the regular services. 


Cortland Rural  Cemetery #3

An association was established in the winter of 1853 to buy land and create a cemetery at the western edge Cortland. 


Suggett Park #4

Suggett Park is now one of our top recommendations for families, thanks to the recent addition of a playground area. Suggett Park is a great place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of nature, rain or shine. 


CNY Living  History Center #5

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. 


Cortland Repertory Theatre #6

This theater is worth your attention, whether you are looking for the best things to do in Cortland during the day or just unique places to visit today. Enjoy amazing storylines and outstanding acting and be inspired. 


Unique Cortland County Poor Farm #7

This historic farm complex, also known as County Farm is now home to 13 well-preserved structures. The original listing on the National Register of Historic Places was in 1982.