Fall in Love with Pumpkins at The Corning Museum of Glass
We are excited to welcome fall with open arms at The Corning Museum of Glass. Along with the chilly air we are saying hello to our Make Your Own Glass Pumpkin projects, only available until November 30. Blow your own glass pumpkin or make your own flameworked glass pumpkin pendant. Pick your favorite colors or go for the traditional orange–everything is up to you. Our professional glassmakers will be by your side every step of the way. Make sure to check out the world's largest glass pumpkin—made right here at the Museum— during your visit. Plus check out the Museum Shops to find glass pumpkins, gourds, and acorns of all colors, shapes and sizes. No matter what your fall favorites are, you'll find them all at The Corning Museum of Glass.
Most are surprised by the countless things to do in the Finger Lakes. The Finger Lakes are known for their many wineries, many offering wine tastings and tours, but there is much more to the Finger Lakes than grapes. Whether you are hoping for a quiet get away with a loved one or an adventure with the whole family, there is something in the Finger Lakes for you.
The Finger Lakes region, having a large and plentiful rural surrounding, produces a wide variety of produce throughout the year. A number of farms allow you to pick your own fruits and most sell their produce at a number of markets and weekly farmers markets throughout the Finger Lakes.
Art, museum, music and theater, there is a wide variety of artistic talent in this region of New York. From galleries to live performances, from opera to photography there is a little bit of everything here in the Finger Lakes.
Whether you’re pairing it with wine, taking it to-go or sharing it with friends the dining in the Finger Lakes will not disappoint. The Finger Lakes have everything from BBQ to Italian, and many locations are getting involved with the farm to table movement, so there is certain to be something you’ll love close by. Your mouth will be watering for the deliciousness to be served up. Localvores and foodies unites in the Finger Lakes.
Civil rights, religious freedom, literature, flight, boating and more have roots in the Finger Lakes. This has all been well documented and preserved in the many museums and historical sites found throughout the Finger Lakes.
At the heart of the Finger Lakes are, of course, the 11 pristine Finger Lakes themselves as well as the surrounding parks. Visit one of the state parks within the Finger Lakes region or get on one of the lakes that make up the region's namesake. Enjoy all that Mother Nature has to offer in the Finger Lakes.
There is a wide array of outdoor fun to be had in any season in the Finger Lakes. Rest assured many businesses are open year round and the Finger Lakes doesn't close down in the winter. Visit one of the ski resorts during the winter, cast away to catch some fish during the spring, get on the water during the summer and enjoy the foliage during the fall.
From smaller retailers, mom and pop shops, boutique stops, to high end brand names, the Finger Lakes has it all. Whether your gift shopping or buying for yourself, you will not leave the Finger Lakes empty handed.
Wineries, what the Finger Lakes are most famous for and for good reason. White wines, especially the Rieslings, are not to be over-looked during your next trip to the Finger Lakes. Don’t forget, the Finger Lakes are also home to a number of breweries, hard-cider producers and distilleries making the Finger Lakes a growing hot-spot for farm based beverages.