New York's artists, writers and performers have always been at the forefront of American culture. The Empire State is the birthplace of trailblazers like Lucille Ball, national icons like Walt Whitman and artistic pioneers like Thomas Cole. Others, like Louis Armstrong and Mark Twain, moved to New York in order to explore their craft and share their talents with the world. A dazzling array of attractions across New York State tells the history of these artists and their contributions to our nation's cultural heritage.
The Mills Mansion was built in 1836 by General William Augustus Mills. Listed in the National Registry of Historic Places, this Federal style house is the headquarters of the Mount Morris Historical... more
The MOST is recognized as a pre-eminent science and technology center, housed in the historically-significant former NY State Armory located in Armory Square in downtown Syracuse. Many of the... more