- TripBuzz found 42 things to do with kids in or near Hammondsport, New York, including 40 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Corning, Watkins Glen, Naples and Penn Yan.
- From Glenn H. Curtiss Museum to Keuka Big Foot Charters - Private Tours, the Hammondsport area offers 45 different types of family activities, including: Specialty Museums, Boat/Yacht Charters, History Museums and Movie Theaters.
- Considered a village due to its modest population of just over 700 residents, Hammondsport is located along the scenic Finger Lakes Trail. Known for its historic wineries, the village features many, including the historic Pleasant Valley Wine Company that was founded in 1860 and is registered as a historical landmark.
Dedicated to the man considered the father of the naval aviation, the Glenn H. Curtiss Museum has a collection of 23 aircrafts, 14 vintage motorcycles, 4 bicycles, 6 automobiles, and plenty of aircraft engines. Also, community organizations can rent the museum for events.
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1 Water Street, Hammondsport, NY 14840 MoreLess Info
A charter boat tour and fishing trip company, Keuka Big Foot Charters - Private Tours offers guided trips on Hammondsport's Keuka Lake. The company provides rods, lures, and coolers for storing the day's catch.
Dedicated to preserving the local history of the region, Dundee Area Historical Society is a volunteer led organization. It runs the Hoyt Coal Weigh Station, featuring mining artifacts, and the Old Schoolhouse Museum, a school from the 1890s.
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2790 County Route 16, Watkins Glen, NY MoreLess Info
For 20 consecutive years, the Watkins Glen International has hosted the United States Grand Prix. Now it hosts 2 NASCAR Series, the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series, the U.S. Vintage Grand Prix, and the Finger Lakes Wine Festival.
The centerpiece of the park in which it is found, the Gorge at Watkins Glen State Park was created by the glaciers immediately after the Ice Age. It is basically a 400 foot-deep narrow cut in the earth, through which several waterfalls pass.
Parish Glen / Conklin Gully is a challenging creekwalk hiking trail for experienced hikers. Hikers may find themselves wading through water in narrower parts of the gully , but may find the scenic waterfall views worth the effort.