Syracuse, NY

It’s time to rally your passion. Find life’s shining moments and celebrate them in a place where true colors never fade; a place where independent spirits and an energetic community come together in perfect harmony. Here is where you find your center. Reconnect the dots with the things that truly matter and make memories on historic streets.
Since its founding in the late 18th century, Syracuse has been at the forefront of business, industry, and education. It’s the gateway to the beautiful Adirondack Mountains and Finger Lakes District that offer unrivaled recreational opportunities all year round. It’s also the home of Syracuse University, one of the most prestigious institutions of higher learning in the country. Museums and parks abound throughout the city including the Erie Canal Museum, the Everson Museum of Art, and Burnet Park – the first park in the U.S. to include a public golf course.


Pursue your passions while creating new experiences! Whether it’s being stopped at the country’s only upside-down stoplight (thanks to the Irish); climbing the world’s largest indoor suspended ropes course (inside of Destiny USA, New York’s largest shopping, dining, and entertainment center); getting down to a live band and finger-licking-good BBQ (at the original Dinosaur Bar-B-Que) Syracuse provides the platform for a refreshing and inviting adventure.

Erie Canal Museum

Immerse yourself in the story of the Erie Canal’s pivotal role in American history. An engineering marvel literally built by hand, the canal was cut through 363 miles of inland wilderness from Albany to Buffalo, connecting New York City via the Hudson River to the Great Lakes and beyond.

Getting there

Airlines serving Syracuse, NY from Myrtle Beach International Airport