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    Syracuse Hancock International Airport: 1000 Colonel Eileen Collins Blvd, Syracuse, NY 13212

Many Syracuse Airport hotels can be found near these interesting and fun attractions.

Baltimore Woods-Centers For Nature Education

Distance from Syracuse Airport: 20.1 mi

location: Baltimore Woods, Bishop Hill Road, Marcellus 13108
phone: (315) 673-1350
Baltimore Woods is 170 acre Environmental Education Center. There are over 4 miles of hiking trails through prime woodlands, fields, and streams. Included are self guided and handicapped accessible trails.

Museum of Automobile History

Distance from Syracuse Airport: 7.3 mi

location: 321 N. Clinton St., Syracuse 13202
phone: (315) 478-CARS (478-2277)
The Museum of Automobile History is the largest museum of its kind in the world! Over 10,000 objects on display devoted to the history of automobiles, trucks and motorcycles from the 19th century to the present.

Beaver Lake Nature Center
Beaver Lake Nature Center

Beaver Lake Nature Center

Distance from Syracuse Airport: 19.8 mi

location: East Mud Lake Road, Baldwinsville 13027
phone: (315) 638-2519
Featuring a 200-acre “wilderness” lake surrounded by extensive forests and meadows, Beaver Lake Nature Center is a place to enjoy and learn about the natural world. The modern Visitor Center, which houses a variety of hands-on exhibits as well as a gift shop, is the hub of Beaver Lake’s extensive interpretive programming.

Carpenter’s Brook Fish Hatchery

Distance from Syracuse Airport: 21 mi

location: Route 321 (southeast of Elbridge), Elbridge 13060
phone: (315) 689-9367
Carpenter’s Brook Fish Hatchery is a rearing station and hatchery for brook, brown and rainbow trout. This facility is responsible for stocking Skaneateles Lake, Otisco Lake and Green Lakes as well as all streams in Onondaga County.

Camillus Erie Canal Park

Distance from Syracuse Airport: 16.2 mi

location: Devoe Road, Camillus 13031
phone: (315) 488-3409/(315) 672-5110
A 300-acre park with seven miles of navigable canal and towpath trails. At “Camillus Landing,” the Lock Tender’s Shanty Museum and the Sims Store Museum are authentic replicas of actual buildings filled with true artifacts and memorabilia of the Erie Canal era. Picnic areas, flower gardens, boat cruises and nature trails.

Erie Canal Museum

Distance from Syracuse Airport: 7.4 mi

location: 318 Erie Blvd. at Montgomery St., Syracuse 13202
phone: (315) 471-0593
Tour the National Register Landmark Weighblock Building, restored to its appearance in the 1850’s when it functioned as a canal boat weighing station. Board a 65-foot long canal boat to experience life and work on the Erie Canal and explore the history of Syracuse as it grew from swamp to city.

The Museum of Science & Technology

Distance from Syracuse Airport: 7.9 mi

location: 500 S. Franklin Street, Syracuse 13202
phone: (315) 425-9068 or (315) 473-IMAX for recorded IMAX schedules
The Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science Technology (MOST) puts science at your fingertips! Explore three levels filled with hundreds of exciting hands-on activities and exhibits. Travel to the outer edges of space in our Silverman Planetarium and witness our daily live science demonstrations … all under one BIG roof.

Rosamond Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park

Distance from Syracuse Airport: 8.3 mi

location: 1 Conservation Place, Syracuse 13204
phone: (315) 435-8511
Trace the origins of life from 600 million years ago, and explore the spectacular diversity of the life of over 1,000 animals. Hike the “Wild North” and discover how some special animals and people have been interacting for thousands of years.

The Salt Museum
The Salt Museum

The Salt Museum

Distance from Syracuse Airport: 6.3 mi

location: Onondaga Lake Parkway, Liverpool 13088
phone: (315) 453-6767
The museum illustrates the Onondaga salt industry during the 19th century when Syracuse earned the name “Salt City” as America’s leading salt manufacturing community. During the Civil War years, hundreds of boiling blocks and thousands of outdoor sheds around Onondaga Lake were used to evaporate local brine and produce salt.

Sainte Marie among the Iroquois

Distance from Syracuse Airport: 6.3 mi

location: Onondaga Lake Parkway, Liverpool 13088
phone: (315) 453 – 6767
Living History, learning and fun combine to create an unforgettable experience! Step back in time to the historic 1657 meeting of the native Iroquois and the French on the shores of Onondaga Lake. See period blacksmithing, cooking, carpentry, a native fishing village and indoor exhibits.