Skaneateles Village : One of the prettiest of the Finger Lakes is anchored by a picturesque village of the same name, filled with cute shops and cafés.
Women’s Rights National Historical Park : The site of the first women’s rights convention, organized by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and friends, met in the mill town of Seneca Falls in 1848. The park is complete with an informative visitors center and historic sites.
Mark Twain’s Study : Modeled after a Mississippi steamboat pilot house, the stand-alone octagonal study holds the iconic writer’s typewriter, hat, pipe, and other belongings.
Harris Hill Soaring Center : Climb into a tiny engineless glider and soar over the Seneca Lake Valley with a pilot tailoring the flight to your tastes — from serene to exhilarating.
Corning Museum of Glass : The state’s third-most-popular tourist destination (after New York City  and Niagara Falls ) houses a remarkable collection of glass art spanning over 3,000 centuries, 40 daily interactive shows, and a studio where molten glass can be pulled into decorative shapes.