Bus from New York to Syracuse
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Information about Syracuse:
When in Syracuse, there are two things you can't miss the snow and the religious diversity of its residents. There is the Zen Center of Syracuse apart from two other Buddhist centers, two cathedrals including the Episcopalian St. Paul's Cathedral and the Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Hindu Mandir of Central New York, Sikh Foundation of Syracuse, Islamic Society of Central New York Mosque, Jewish synagogues, including Temple Beth El, Temple Adath Yeshurun and the Temple Society of Concord and two Unitarian Universalist churches.
Today, Syracuse is an important economic and educational center in the State of New York with more than a million residents.
Syracuse is a tourist delight with snowfall being the highest in any big city in America. The summer is mild and July is the peak temperature time.
Places that are a must-visit in Syracuse include the Everson Museum of art and Erie Canal Museum. The Everson Museum has America’s biggest pottery collections dating back to the 18th century. The International Mask and Puppet Museum and Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology are a big draw too. The Science Museum has the city’s only Imax Theater.
The Onondaga Historical Association Museum & Research Center not only has exhibits about the region’s history but also a feature on Syracuse’s Underground Railroad. Several art and music related events are held at the Spark Contemporary Art Space.
There are more than 170 parks and recreational areas in Syracuse including Burnet Park which has the first public golf course of America. On the outskirts of Syracuse is the Onondaga Lake Park area that is closed to vehicular traffic on Sundays during the summer months, for the sake of runners, walkers, bikers and rollerbladers. The park also hosts a two-mile drive-through light show!
Getting around by bus is comfortable and easy unless you choose to walk. Charter bus and shuttle services are also easily available throughout the city.