FOR DECADES the boxing community looked on with envy as legends from other sports were inducted into their respective halls of fame. The shrines to baseball, football and basketball are located in the ancestrial homes to those sports. But boxing has no such geographical origin. Although organized pugilism as we know it originated in England, the sport’s epicenter moved across to America around the same time that the sun began to set on Queen Victoria’s empire.
National Baseball Hall of Fame
Museum open daily from 9AM – 5PM
Admission: FREE (Members), $14.50 (Adults), $9.50 (Sr.), $5 (Age 7-12), FREE (Age 0-6), Retired & Active Military FREE
Thursday, May 24, 2007
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
LPGA 2300° (free)
A Taste of the Finger Lakes (Buy tickets)
Celebrate LPGA’s Corning Classic with a free night full of live music, hot glassmaking, and an array of culinary delights.
“Get the lead out,” “shake a leg,” “beat the donkey.” No matter how you say, “let’s go!” you’ll want to hurry up and buy your tickets for A Taste of the Finger Lakes. This event features wine tastings and regional fare from more than 30 Finger Lakes area restaurants and wineries. Be one of the first to explore the Museum’s major summer exhibition, “Botanical Wonders,” showcasing the incredibly delicate and realistic Harvard Glass Flowers.
Welcome to NYS Routes 5 & 20 – your link to the Finger Lakes Region and the Greater Niagara Region!
This 135-mile long corridor that traverses New York State from east to west is a visitor’s dream come true. Yes, Routes 5 and 20 has something for everyone – wine tasting, antique shops, historic sites, theme parks, four-season outdoor recreation, fine dining and lodging, scenic rural landscapes and quaint villages, festivals and theater, … And best of all you’ve gotten off the expressways to take a drive along an Authentic American Road. Don’t forget to stop for a root beer float, a drive-in movie or to just watch the wildlife.
With its parks, rolling farmland, waterfront activities and scenery, Route 90 provides a magnificent backdrop for a wide range of activities and events along its 50-mile corridor. A combination of rural simplicity, culture, and historic charm offers visitors an escape from the busy world. Stretching south from the Town of Montezuma along the eastern shore of Cayuga Lake, the Route 90 Scenic Byway turns east in the Town of Genoa, and continues along through rolling, dramatic hills and farmland to the Village of Homer.Explore the wonders of the Route 90 Scenic Byway - you’ll discover unique shops, swimming and boating opportunities, wildlife and scenic views, hiking, and a region rich in history!