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WonderWorks

WonderWorks

WonderWorks is an amusement park for the mind, combining education and entertainment with more than 100 hands-on exhibits that will spark the imagination and challenge the mind. Visitors to the attraction will experience 84 mph hurricane-force winds, land the space shuttle, pedal the Xtreme 360 bikes, become a human lightning rod by touching 100,000 volts of electricity, lie on a bed of 3,500 nails, design and ride a virtual roller coaster, play virtual sports, climb the indoor ropes course, compete in a game of laser tag and much more. For those that are seeking a thrilling adventure, WonderWorks offers the Canyon Climb ropes course. It’s the World’s largest suspended indoor ropes course. Standing 70 feet tall, visitors will explore 3 levels of ropes as they encounter over 81 different obstacles and activities; including swinging steps, lily pads, a tremor bridge and more.
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The Great New York State Fair

The Great New York State Fair

Spanning the 375-acre Empire Expo Center, the Great New York State Fair attracts approximately one million visitors annually and is the third largest state fair in the United States. The 12-day festival begins at the end of August and ends on Labor Day each year. In addition to rides, games and food, the fair also boasts a circus, petting zoo, strolling performers and daily parades. Visitors can also peruse numerous health, agricultural and arts and crafts exhibits. Entertainment is in no short supply with nightly concerts and several agricultural, culinary and art competitions, including the butter and cheese sculpture competition.
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Everson Museum of Art

Everson Museum of Art

Designed by internationally famed architect I.M. Pei, the building houses approximately 11,000 pieces of American art, including paintings, ceramics, sculpture, photos and videos. With a focus on local and regional art, the museum's permanent collection includes its widely-recognized ceramics collection built upon its acquisition of several pieces by Syracuse art potter Adelaide Alsop Robineau in 1916. It is also the home to one of the nation's earliest and largest collections of art videos from the 1960s and 1970s.
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MOST

MOST

The Museum of Science and Technology features an IMAX theater and a planetarium in addition to its many educational exhibits. All members of the family will have a blast learning about the human body in the MOST's Life Sciences exhibit, exploring the wonders of the Earth in the Discovery Cave or climbing through the Science Playhouse. Check out Technotown, an exhibit of kinetic sculptures, and the Flight and Space exhibit, which features a flight simulator as well as a three-story scale model of rocket Atlas V.
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