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See and do new things in Corning

Corning, America’s Crystal City, has a rich history that is visible in Market Street’s beautifully restored buildings just steps from the Radisson. The city is especially popular at Christmastime and during the four-day Glassfest in the spring, and the beautiful town square offers a variety of exquisite shopping and dining options.

Practically in our hotel’s backyard, the Finger Lakes region is not only home to amazing brews and wine, but also to breathtaking views, waterfalls, and hiking trails. Those with an appreciation for art and history can explore the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass, Rockwell Museum, National Soaring Museum, Finger Lakes Boating Museum and the Glenn H. Curtiss Museum.

Visit these nearby attractions:

  • Finger Lakes Wine Country
    While Finger Lakes is home to nearly 100 wineries, breweries and distilleries, there’s more than wine to be found here. Discover great restaurants, art museums, hiking trails, lakes and special events that the whole family can enjoy.
    Phone: +1 (800) 813-2958
  • Gaffer District and Historic Market Street (0.1 mile)
    One of downtown Corning’s prime points of interest are the old buildings on Historic Market Street. After you’ve admired their architecture, continue your walk to Gaffer’s many popular restaurants and shops.
    Phone: +1 (607) 937-6292
  • The Rockwell Museum (0.2 miles)
    Inside Corning’s Old City Hall, you can browse artwork by Native American and American Western artists as well as attend lectures and special events that appeal to visitors of all ages.
    Phone: +1 (607) 937-5386
  • Palace Theatre (0.3 miles)
    Sit back and watch the latest blockbuster at this classic, locally owned movie theater.
    Phone +1 (607) 654-7393
  • Corning Museum of Glass (0.5 miles)
    Ones of the city’s top attractions, the Corning Museum of Glass offers lessons on glassmaking and displays thousands of pieces of glass work, some of which are hundreds of years old. The museum runs a complimentary daily shuttle service for visitors who are not capable of walking.
    Phone: +1 (607) 937-5371
  • Benjamin Patterson Inn Museum (1.3 miles)
    Built in 1796, this inn and tavern is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as one of Steuben County’s oldest frame buildings.
    Phone: +1 (607) 937-5281
  • Hands-on Glass Studio (1.3 miles)
    The city’s first public access glass studio continues to attract visitors who are eager to attempt glass blowing for themselves.
    Phone +1 (607) 962-3044
  • Park Ave Sports Center (1.4 miles)
    Practice your swing in the batting cages, show your competitive streak in a game of laser tag and rise to new heights on the 21-foot climbing wall at this sports center.
    Phone +1 (607) 936-4820
  • Spencer Crest Nature Center (2.3 miles)
    Spencer Crest Nature Center offers nature exhibits and seven miles of scenic trails at Corning Community College.
    Phone: +1 (607) 962-9012
  • Willowcreek Golf Club (7 miles)
    Pick up a set of balls or a new hat at the pro shop so you’re ready to play a game on this 27-hole course. Afterward, stop by Gabe’s Grille for a tasty burger, BLT or barbeque sandwich.
    Phone: +1 (607) 562-8898
  • Wings of Eagles Discovery Center (11.7 miles)
    Learn about military aviation when you get a close-up look at aircraft dating back to WWII. Be sure to try out the flight simulators.
    Phone: +1 (607) 358-4247
  • National Soaring Museum (12.5 miles) 
    Situated at the top of Harris Hill, this 17,132-square-foot museum is completely dedicated to motorless flight.
    Phone: +1 (607) 734-3128
  • Tanglewood Nature Center & Museum (12.8 miles) 
    Home to more than 40 animal species, this nature center offers hiking trails, snowshoe rentals and breathtaking views. 
    Phone: +1 (607) 732-6060
  • Watkins Glen International Racetrack (18.6 miles)
    Get your tickets to see exciting races around the nearly two-and-a-half-mile track at one of North America's premier racing facilities.
    Phone: +1 (866) 461-7223
  • Keuka Lake Wine Trail (20 miles)
    Visit any of the seven vineyards along Keuka Lake for your chance to taste sophisticated wines and experience local events.
    Phone: +1 (800) 440-4898
  • Seneca Lake Wine Trail (21.5 miles)
    Expand your knowledge of wine along the Seneca Lake Wine Trail, which is sprinkled with more than 30 East Coast wineries. 
    Phone: +1 (877) 536-2717

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