Please note: The inclusion of commercial establishments and area attractions on the Utica College Web site does not imply affiliation with or endorsement of those sites by the College. The links are provided only as a convenience to our visitors. Addresses are subject to change.
The 18th century comes alive when you visit Fort Stanwix. Fort Stanwix gives you a taste of American heritage and a dose of history. For more information and details on events visit their Web site at www.nps.gov/fost/.
Fort Stanwix is about 15 miles away from Utica College in Rome.
The Turning Stone Casino Resort has more than games and gambling. The casino is home to events such as concerts, conferences, and world class golf. For more information please visit their Web site at www.turning-stone.com.
The Casino is about 19 miles away from Utica College in Verona.
Oneida Indian Nation
The Oneida Indian Nation have done very well for themselves because they have progressed and evolved while remaining true to their culture and traditional system of government. For more information visit their web site at www.oneidaindiannation.com
The Oneida Nation is about 20 miles away from Utica College.
FX Matt Brewery
The FX Matt Brewery is one of the few remaining American regional breweries. They have tours of the brewery that last up to an hour. For more information on tour times and dates please visit their web site at www.saranac.com.
The Brewery is about 2 miles away from Utica College.
Enchanted Forest Water Safari
The Enchanted Forest has many water and amusement rides to cool down the summer months. Circus shows are held twice daily. For more information on prices and hours, visit their web site at www.watersafari.com.
The Water Safari is about 52 miles away from Utica College.
The Utica Zoo has plenty of wild and crazy animals to see and even touch! You can have a guided tour or just go in and explore. For information on tours, tickets and hours visit their web site at www.uticazoo.org.
The Utica Zoo is about 2 miles away from Utica College.
Fountain Elms and Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute
NYS Historical Sites
NYS Parks and Recreation
The Adirondack Park
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