• Fort Ontario State Historic Site

    1 East 4th Street, Oswego, NY, USA .

    Fort Ontario was one of several forts erected by the British to protect the area around the east end of Lake Ontario. The original Fort Ontario was erected in 1755, during the French and Indian War in order to bolster defenses already in place at Fort Oswego on the opposite side of the river. At that time its name was the "Fort of the Six Nations," but the fort was destroyed by French forces during the Battle of Fort Oswego in 1756 and rebuilt by British forces in 1759.

  • Safe Haven Holocaust Refugee Shelter Museum

    2 East 7th Street, Oswego, NY, USA .

    The Safe Haven Holocaust Refugee Shelter Museum is dedicated to keeping alive the story of the 982 European refugees who were allowed into the United States as “guests” of President Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Holocaust in World War II. They were temporarily housed at Fort Ontario in Oswego, New York from August 1944 – February 1946.

  • H Lee White Maritime Museum

    1 West 1st Street, Oswego, NY, USA .

    Overlooking Oswego Harbor, The H. Lee White Marine Museum features 400 years of Oswego County`s maritime heritage. The museum`s extensive collection includes Native American artifacts such as dugout canoes, as well as the original Fresnel lens from the Oswego Lighthouse, shipbuilding tools, maritime artwork, and boat models, including a 1925 New York State canal boat and the National Historic Landmark WWII tugboat LT-5.

  • Richardson-Bates House Museum

    135 East 3rd Street, Oswego, NY, USA .

    The Richardson-Bates House was built in two stages as a private residence for Maxwell Richardson, a local attorney, real estate broker and two-term mayor of Oswego. In 1867, Max commissioned Rochester architect Andrew Jackson Warner to design the Tuscan Villa style residence for him and his family. The opulent interior decor reflects the 19th century Victorian fascination with art, culture, education and history.

  • SUNY Oswego

    7060 State Route 104, Oswego, NY, USA .

    Oswego's 696-acre lakeside campus is located in the city of Oswego, 35 miles northwest of Syracuse.

    Known for its incredible natural beauty and spectacular sunsets, Oswego offers an exceptionally diverse curriculum with 110 academic programs in four distinct schools: Business; Education; Liberal Arts & Sciences; and Communication, Media & the Arts.

    Our nationally recognized programs for first-year students, options for service learning, internships and co-ops, study abroad, extensive athletic opportunities and over 180 clubs and organizations make Oswego an outstanding college choice.

  • Breitbeck Park

    91 Lake Street, Oswego, NY, USA .

    Breitbeck Park is a wonderful place to take a stroll and enjoy the expansive view of Lake Ontario.

  • Franklin Square Park

    W Seneca St, Oswego, NY 13126, USA .

    Franklin Square Park is a wonderful place to sit, or enjoy a relaxing stroll on a sunny day.

  • Oswego Speedway

    300 East Albany Street, Oswego, NY, USA .

    The Oswego Speedway, located in Oswego New York, was built in 1951 when original owners Harry, George and William Caruso converted the one time Wine Creek Horse Track into a 3/8 mile dirt auto racing facility. The track was paved during 1952 and remained a 3/8 mile track until 1961 when it was enlarged to its current 5/8 mile size. The Oswego Speedway has been a continuously run weekly race track since it opened in August of 1951.

  • Ontario Orchards

    7735 State Route 104, Oswego, NY, USA .

    One of Central New York's largest fruit and farm markets providing a full line of fresh fruits & produce all year round! A very unique marketplace with something for everyone. We ship all over the country!

  • Sterling Renaissance Festival

    15385 Farden Road, Sterling, NY, USA .

    Tucked within a luscious forest, surrounded by a sea of rolling green, hides the village of Warwick, England. You’ll find that people are spirited and the grounds are especially well-kept—particularly on the eve of the Queen’s arrival.  Come and explore this majestic, boisterous celebration set upon more than 35 acres of untouched land. 

  • Fair Haven Beach State Park

    14985 State Park Road, Sterling, NY, USA .

    Fair Haven Beach State Park is located in upstate New York on the eastern portion of the Lake Ontario shoreline. It has one of the finest public lakefronts in upstate New York, with towering shoreline bluffs, sandy beaches and adjoining hilly woodlands.

    This park offers three separate campgrounds and a 30 unit cabin colony each contain a centralized restroom with showers. Two additional cabins and four self contained units available for reservations. Campground consist of 46 electric sites and 138 non-electric sites. A ball field, hiking trail, camp store, concession, boat rentals, 5 picnic areas, 2 family picnic tent rentals and 2 shelters (one heated) are also available.

    Due to the recent flooding of Lake Ontario, the beach may not be open every day. Please call 315-947-5205 or check our Facebook page page before you visit. For your safety, a decision as to whether the beach will be open will be posted by noon each day.

  • Colloca Estate Winery

    14678 West Bay Road, Fair Haven, NY, USA .

    The northern most winery in New York State’s famed Finger Lakes Region is not identified as a “Finger Lakes Winery”. Colloca Estate Winery is located on the North Coast of America – along the southern shores of the Great Lake Ontario. That means it’s just outside of the American Viticultural Association’s (AVA) geographic designation for the region.

    But because of its unique location, it enjoys the same micro-climate advantages as the rest of the Finger Lakes Region – but on a much grander scale because it sits on shore of the massive great lake.

    Set upon 100 acres and nine hundred feet of unobstructed waterfront, the Colloca Estate Winery reminds you more of a state park than a winery.  This site was specifically chosen by Dr. Christopher Colloca to develop the Lake Effect Vineyard®  not just because of the very special microclimate, but like the rest of the Finger Lakes Region, it enjoys the nutrients the rich soil provided by the glaciers that carved out the region supply to nurture their growth.  

    The result is the production of world class wines that have scored 95 points and won double gold medals in consecutive years at double blinded international wine competitions judged by experts.

  • Colosse Cheese

    4759 Salina Street, Pulaski, NY, USA .

    Colosse Cheese Store, Inc., formerly Colosse Cheese and Butter Company, located on the corner of Rt 11 and Rt 13 in Pulaski, NY, was started as a milk co-operative around the turn of the century by a group of farmers in Mexico, Parish and Colosse.