- Our list of the best things to do in Penn Yan, New York, features the top 140 nearby activities — including 52 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Penn Yan, NY has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 23 things to do within the city of Penn Yan, NY , followed by 117 popular activities in nearby cities, including Geneva, Hammondsport, Canandaigua, Hector, Watkins Glen, Naples, Dundee, Seneca Falls, Ithaca, Rochester and Bloomfield
Three different waterfalls are contained within the City of Rochester's Letchworth State Park with the tallest being the Genesee River's High Falls. It is 97 feet high and can be viewed from a general park area near the falls.
The site of the Battle of Newtown during the Revolutionary War, Newtown Battlefield State Park is located in a wooded area and features a granite monument. The park has a playground and can be used for camping and picnics.
Chartered June 9, 1995, the Nys Grange Museum is a historical museum featuring artifacts and information about the Grange in New York State. Of particular interest is the Memorial Brick Project, a growing collection of memorial bricks.
The Cortland Repertory Theatre's mission is to provide professional, accessible theater experiences for all. Audiences come to enjoy productions that include original works, popular plays, and musicals performed by local and national actors.
Country music fans from around the nation come to New York to visit the Cortland Country Music Park. The park is home to New York State Country Music Hall of Fame and also features an opry barn, on site camping, dinner shows and live musical performers.
The 4th oldest amusement park in America, the Seabreeze Amusement Park has roller coasters, thrill rides, a waterpark, kiddie rides, and others. In here there are organized live shows. On the site there is also a themed museum, as well as food stands, and arcade games.
78 different species of animals find their home at the Seneca Park Zoo, from the largest of the land mammals, to the oldest species of bony fish in the world. Special events are organized in here all around the year, and many of them coincide with the animals' birthdays.
Spanning 977 acres on the shores of Lake Ontario, Durand Eastman Park features extensive woodlands with lakes, slopes, and valleys. The park offers opportunities for fishing, golfing, kayaking, and cross country skiing.