Quality Inn Finger Lakes Region
125 N. Main St.
Newark, NY 14513
Phone: (315) 331-9500
Fax: (315) 331-5264
125 N. Main St., Newark, NY, US, 14513
- Phone: (315) 331-9500
- Fax: (315) 331-5264
Nestled in Lyons village, within the eponymous town, Grace Episcopal Church started out as a small parish, serving only 25 families, in 1838. The church building was established in 1840 and consecrated in 1841, following which the parish began to grow. The stone building was designed by James DeLancey Wilson in the Tudor Gothic Revival style. Locally sourced natural gray limestone was used in its construction. Its prime feature is a 60-foot (18.28-meter) Gothic tower. The church complex, including the parish hall and rectory, were added to National Register of Historic Places in 1994.
Crafty Ales & Lagers is a small family-run brewery, located in the small town of Phelps. At Crafty, the brews processing and drinking experience, is treated akin to magic. This notion is reflected in the name of the beers: Crooked Wand, Mystic Mild, Fire Whistle Wheat and Crafty Cream Ale. Crafty began with only four beers on tap, but are constantly innovating and increasing their variety. Since opening its doors in 2013, Crafty Ales & Lagers got noticed for its delectable brews, and quickly rose to become one of the best in New York state.
Full service marina that sells and services brand name boat motors plus offers rental boats, docking, and storage services.
Award-winning wines made from carefully selected varieties are available at this wine cellar that also includes a tasting room, an art gallery, and a gift shop.
The Smith Observatory and Dr. William R. Brooks House was a historic observatory structure that was built in order to observe the discoveries of Dr. William R. Brooks. After Smith first observing the discoveries he revealed to the public by preserving it in this unique building for the future generations to observe and learn more about it. The building features the discoveries, it's instruments, the biographies of Smith and Brooks, image galleries, FAQ's and guestbooks, etc.
The Spencer Speedway is a popular racing track that is sanctioned by NASCAR. This track hosts racing events and series throughout the season and attracts hoards of racing fans from all over. For schedule and other information, check website.
Serving the greater Geneva area, this public library has a collection of over 80,000 books, newspapers, videos, and audiocassettes. Programs for adults, young adults, and children are available, as well as access to the Internet, web access to the library catalog, and word processing services.
The Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion State Historic Park features a lovely abode and well-maintained gardens. This estate was formerly the summer retreat of Frederick Ferris Thompson, a New York City banker. To explore this landmark, you can avail the several tours that are on offer. Apart from that, you can also hire this venue for weddings and private events.
The Geneva Armory is a historic structure and a National Guard Armory. This landmark dates back to the 1890s era, and is also included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1995.
Billsboro Winery's tasting room is located in a restored 19th century barn. Enjoy the view from their deck overlooking Seneca Lake with a glass or bottle of wine. They also offer local artisan breads, cheeses, and meats.
Home of the Geneva Historical Society, this Federal style home is filled with Victorian period furnishings and retains its Federal era architectural details in the dining room and front parlor. A Victorian parlor is also inside the house that reflects the decorative tastes of the second half on the 19th century when the house was remodeled.
These historic dormitory buildings that are spread over less than one acre of land are the Geneva Hall and Trinity Hall, Hobart & William Smith College. Known as the two oldest structures of the campus of the Horbert and William Smith College, these two structures are three levels each and are made up of field stones. These structures are a great attraction to the visitors and is a must visit place whenever present here.