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Looking for a vacation to tantalize your taste buds? Savor the flavors of Finger Lakes Wine Country – we're an easy, scenic four-hour drive away! 

Finger Lakes Wine Country is a perpetual palate pleaser. With everything from crisp Rieslings to dry Pinots being poured at our 100+ wineries, our region is an oenophile’s version of heaven. Blend that with the superb brews on tap at dozens of craft breweries, and the gin and grapa coming out of our distilleries, and you’ve got something to delight everyone from the casual taster to the sophisticated connoisseur.

We're more than delicious wines and great food – the region is rich with diverse, world-class museums, beautiful waterfalls and gorges, professional sporting events, watercraft adventures, and boutique shops full of unique treasures.

Have we whet your appetite? It’s time to experience the bounty of the Finger Lakes for yourself!

Explore the Finger Lakes

Places to stay

Where to taste

Things to do

Experience Tiffany

Now on view at The Corning Museum of Glass, Tiffany’s Glass Mosaics is the first-ever special exhibition dedicated to this extraordinary aspect of Louis C. Tiffany’s artistry in glass. Experience the grandeur of Tiffany’s showrooms, and take a peek behind the scenes in Tiffany’s workrooms. Be transported to architectural sites around the Northeast—many within driving distance of Corning—and discover stories behind the radiant mosaic figures created by Tiffany’s artisans. More >>   

Get a taste of Tiffany in Philadelphia! Inside an unassuming office building in Washington Square, you’ll find one of Tiffany Studios’ great masterpieces: The Dream Garden. This 15 x 49-foot mosaic is based on a Maxfield Parrish painting, and is composed of more than a million pieces of glass in 260 colors. The Curtis Center & Dream Garden: 601 Walnut St. Philadelphia. Opening hours: 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday-Friday; 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Saturday. 

Tiffany Treasures

Explore the Tiffany & Treasures Trail, a self-guided adventure of 28 unique places to discover fire arts treasures of yesterday and today.

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