- TripBuzz found 28 things to do with kids in or near Utica, New York, including 18 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Rome and Cooperstown.
- From Utica Zoo to Children's Museum of History, Science & Technology, the Utica area offers 35 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Bowling, Zoos and Movie Theaters.
- Located in the Mohawk Valley, Utica, NY is situated at the junction of the Erie and Chenango Canals. Utica is full of history; having been home to Iroquois Indians, settled in 1773 before the revolution, and home to Fort Schuyler that was destroyed in the Revolutionary War, history buffs will find plenty to see in Utica.
Serving as the primary park for the town of Floyd, Te-Ya-Nun-Soke Park focuses around multiple ball fields. Teams of Little League, Minor League, soft ball, and T-ball use the facilities at the park during the playing season.
Developed in 2003, Uvanni Park is a pocket park featuring a children's playground that includes swings, slides and a play structure. The park also provides trees, park benches and grassy areas suitable for recreational activities.
A restored Revolutionary War fort and museum, the Fort Stanwix National Monument displays original artifacts from the revolutionary era. Exhibits in the museum cover the American Revolution, the Iroquois Confederation, and New York history.
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The only remaining station of original design, the H.P. Sears Service Station Museum features a nostalgic exterior and educational interior. The museum is home to authentic 1929 service pumps, oil changing station and various artifacts used by the servicemen of the 20's and 30's,