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These Tiny Upstate New York Towns Have a Big Story To Tell
While much of the spotlight about news and events are usually focused on Upstate's big cities, like Albany, Binghamton, Kingston, Buffalo, Syracuse, Utica, Jamestown, etc., there are many smaller towns that have a great little story to tell.
Here is a list of 15 towns, villages, and hamlets of less than 2,500 in population that have some interesting things to explore. Each of the entries in this gallery has a link to an amazing museum, historical site, event, or something else to share with the folks passing through. The largest community on this list clocks in at exactly 2,500 residents, and the smallest has a minuscule 330.
But oh the stories these little places can tell!
Take a Walk Along These 12 Charming Upstate New York 'Main Streets'
Typically the heart of any community is its Main Street. Upstate New York is no different. While big box stores, strip malls, and franchise restaurants can now be found at the outskirts of most towns, here are a dozen really nice small town Main Streets that would make for a perfect afternoon stroll. Check them out!
Fall Is in the Air and Here Are 11 Great Autumn Festivals to Enjoy in Upstate New York
We love all the seasonal festivals in Upstate New York, but, be honest, there is just something so special about an autumn festival! They are all great.
From German Oktoberfests to pumpkin harvests to huge craft shows and even to punkin' chunkn' festivals (huh?) the 11 on this list should give you some great ideas of festivals to consider this fall in Upstate New York.