The proud “Home to Candyland: The Sweetest Place on Earth,” Windy Hill is the place to get your fill of hand-crafted treats. Specializing in hard-to-find “retro” candies, Windy Hill promises to help adults rediscover favorites from childhood and children to enjoy products made in the vein of yesteryear’s sweets.

And of course there’s a huge selection of candles, air fresheners, soaps and more!

People loved the new items so we kept adding more and started Candyland. Within six months candy was outselling our candles that we have sold since 1995! So we continue to look for the new items and add them to our retro items. You can see photos in the visit candyland section.Check back often and please tell your friends about us.



Uncorked Wine and Chocolate Loft is best known for their perfect pairings of wine and chocolate. Recently, we have added specialty cocktails, appetizers, fondues and so much more, made with local, fresh ingredients. While enjoying a drink and some delicious food, relax with friends in a cozy nook, or mingle around the room as this is not your typical bar!

10:00 am – 3:00 pm Tuesday – Saturday (seasonal)

Changing exhibits pertaining to the rich history of Vestal.

In the mood for some dancing? Want to kick back with your buds and a beer? You can do it at Touch of Texas! Our dance club and bar is the perfect place to unwind and have a great time. We hold concerts, line dancing classes and more in our huge event space.

Put on your scootin’ boots and come check out our 2,400-square foot floating oak dance floor. Grab a pint from our jaw-dropping 71-foot bar. If you’re in the mood for some delicious Southern cooking, pull up a chair and order some delicious homemade fare. The possibilities are endless when you visit Touch of Texas!

In 2010, the stage in Endicott’s George W. Johnson Park was dedicated. The stage has become a center for local entertainment with performances and events associated with groups including the Endicott Performing Arts Center, the Tri-Cities Youth Singers, GUSTO-A Taste of Italy, and numerous musical bands.

Upstate New York has a heritage that continues today of creative technology enterprises, whose guidance systems, computers, flight simulators, cameras, and high-speed film helped the US win the race to the moon. CT&I’s mission is to document and present in context the inventions and industrial innovations of New York’s Southern Tier.

Techworks! is open for pre-arranged small group, socially distanced tours at visitors’ convenience. Advance reservations required – call 607-723-8600 or email at [email protected]

Depending on season: 12:00 – 5:00 pm Sunday – Saturday
Evening skate:
6:00 – 9:00 pm Tuesday & Thursday
8:00 – 10:30 pm Friday & Saturday

Year round fun (outdoor attractions are seasonal) featuring: roller skating, laser storm, the rock-climbing wall, miniature golf, and the Water Wiz water slide. Also snack shop and pro-shop.

Take flight with Southern Tier Balloon Tours and get a unique view of Greater Binghamton’s greatest sights. From the city’s classic urban footprint to the picturesque hills of New York’s Southern Tier, the memorable scenes will make your visit.

Tours depart at sunrise and just before dusk each day year-round, weather permitting.

Escape into the ‘depths’ of nature’s healing at New York’s premier salt therapy spa. Salt Sanctuary recreates an age-old European healing experience right here in Central New York.

Established in 1875, Ross Park Zoo is America’s fifth zoo and is home to leopards, red pandas, African penguins, a Children’s Zoo and much more! Conservation is core to the work at Ross Park Zoo. As a partner with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Ross Park Zoo is one of only 43 facilities in the US where you can see red wolves. As stewards of the natural world, Ross Park Zoo invites visitors to enjoy a picturesque stroll along the mile-long loop as you explore the zoo. The 147th season will bring new animals and new amenities including a new tram and picnic tent. Bring lunch and enjoy it under one of the park’s pavilions or grab a bite at the zoo’s concession stand and enjoy your lunch while observing one of the zoo’s Ambassador Animals in their new habitat located by the picnic tent. Listen in on one of the Daily Keeper Talks or explore new digital content by scanning QR codes throughout the zoo. For more information call (607) 724-5461 or visit

Visit Roberson Museum and Science Center and discover incredible collections of art and interactive exhibits in science and history. Since 1954, the museum has been an educational destination with a stunning array of engaging exhibits and community-relevant events.

Roberson mainstays include the region’s only digital planetarium, Roberson’s planetarium had an upgrade in August 2021 to LASERS to allow them to take advantage of new features like authentic 3D simulations, visualizations, and telescopic imagery. Another must see staple is the historic and breath-taking Roberson Mansion. A fully accredited member of the American Alliance of Museums, and an annual recipient of TripAdvisor’s “Certificate of Excellence”, Roberson has been wowing visitors for decades and continues to provide an unmatched experience anywhere in Broome County.

M – closed
T – closed
W – noon – 5pm
Th – noon – 5pm
F – noon – 9pm
S – noon-5pm
S – noon – 5pm

Please note new procedures that will be effective upon reopening with Phase 4.

Tours of the Phelps Mansion are offered Fridays-Sunday from 11am to 5pm
In accordance with NYS Safety Guidelines during the COVID-19 Pandemic please note the following changes to tour availability.
Museum tours will continue as offered Friday – Sunday from 11am to 5pm
Tours will be offered at the following times:
2:00pm- 3:00pm
All tours will need to be booked in advance and paid online through our website or over the phone. Please call 607-722-4873
• All Greeters will wear masks and gloves when interacting with guests
• All docents will wear masks or plastic face shields when conducting tours
• All tours will be limited to no more than 6 guests per tour
• masks will be required for all guests
• Non-Related Guests will be required to practice social distancing during tours
• All docents will ensure social distancing procedures are followed during the tour
• Proper signage will be in place to alert guests of the policies the museum is following
• Elevator usage will be limited to 2 people at a time

The museum will provide masks for docents and visitors who need them and hand sanitizer will be available in select areas.
Visitors to the Phelps Mansion are asked to enter through the ballroom doors which are located down the driveway side of the mansion. (Look for the open flag)

Historic house museum built for Sherman D. Phelps in 1870-72, a local banker & business man.  The house was designed by Isaac G. Perry and is furnished primarily as a Victorian house.

11:00 am – 5:00pm Sunday and Monday
11:00 am – 7:00 pm Tuesday – Thursday
11:00 am – 8:00 pm Friday and Saturday

Create your own custom shirt design, print it, embellish it and model on our runway.  Great family fun for boys and girls of all ages!

The Little Italy Endicott Heritage Center once the clubhouse for the Societa Concordia Castellamare Del Golfo di Endicott, NY. Many social events occurred in the clubhouse from its opening into the 1960s. Weddings, a Women’s Auxillary club, and card games were common events held there. In 2001, the Oak Hill Avenue Improvement Corp purchased the property leading to its current use as a center with cultural displays documenting Endicott’s Italian-American history & heritage.

Open every Saturday from 10:00am to 2:00pm

Come to the best-sited and best equipped public observatories in the Northeast United States. Open every Friday night for public observing through three professional telescopes. Kopernik also offers summer camps as well as classes, events and programs throughout the year. They are in the process of building a STEM based playground that will turn playtime into learning time. Come up to Kopernik to Look Up and Dream Big.

7 days, as scheduled only.
The rink is under new ownership! Features the Fire & Ice Sports Bar and Grill and hosts men’s leagues, youth hockey programs (STHA & Binghamton Blizzards) as well as the BU Hockey Club.

Hours vary, trails open daily during daylight hours, building by appointment.

Finch Hollow Nature Center includes a museum building featuring 25 display cases and approximately 1 mile of trail winds through field and wooded habitats, and alongside a scenic pond.

Seasonal (Call for current hours)

Canoe and kayak rentals to let you explore the upper Susquehanna river.  Also a garden center and florist.

Larger groups: By appointment
Located between Monroe & North Streets. Across from M&T Bank
Disability access: Yes

Endicott, NY is the birthplace of International Business Machines (IBM), a company that has changed the world for over 100 years. It also became the home of Endicott Johnson Shoe Co. (EJ), the world’s largest shoe manufacturer by 1950. Since the early 1900’s these two companies have dominated the history of Endicott and also greatly impacted the history of all of Broome County.

The Endicott History and Heritage Area, managed by the Old Village of Union Historical Society, houses two extensive museums covering the histories of EJ and IBM. The amazing stories of these two companies, told with displays of hundreds of artifacts, help define how such a small village in upstate central New York became the hometown for two international giants of industry.

The IBM museum, originally created by IBM for its employees, is now available for all to see and enjoy.

The EJ museum, an all-inclusive collection of never-before-seen EJ items, is the result of 50 years of searching by ten avid Endicott collectors.

The hours are 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. every Saturday.

Seasonal (call for current hours) or (click on visitors center)

The Endicott Visitor Center is located in Colonial Hall, a white pillared mansion that was once home to Harpur College.  The center features an extensive Endicott-Johnson display and an I.B.M. room.  Revolving exhibits include vintage wedding gowns, Union-Endicott sports and B.C. Open memorabilia.

The Discovery Center of the Southern Tier takes a different approach to learning and fun that fosters play, sparks creative thinking and builds self-esteem. Take some time to enjoy 30 “play and learn” exhibits that children can dig, drive, fly, shop, hop, perform and paint their way through.

The 30-year-old center covers 22,500 square feet and features an outdoor “Story Garden,” which includes interactive visuals from favorite children’s books designed to spark imagination.

Museum Hours: Friday 11am- 2pm /Saturday 10am-1pm /Monday 11am – 2pm.

The Story Garden is open every day 8am – 6pm, but closes to the public Wednesdays from 9am-4pm.

Our ethnic diversity is proudly displayed by the architecture and structures found on our city streets. We are also home to several gold domed and Ukranian wooden church. Tours can be arranged, for a fee, through the Preservation Association of the Southern Tier.

The Cider Mill does much more than squeeze apples into delicious beverages. The mill also offers doughnuts, candy apples, pies, cookies, jams, jellies and cheese.

Come for the cider and sundry, stay for a performance at the Cider Mill Playhouse, which features performances throughout the year. Recognized as one of the most successful nonprofit theaters in the state, the Playhouse has been around for nearly 40 years.

The Cider Mill in Endicott, New York has been a landmark in its location since 1926 and became part of the Ciotoli family in 1942. One cold winter night in 1972, the Mill was lost to fire, but rebuilt that same year. The “new” Mill became more popular than ever with both longtime community patrons, and touring visitors. The wonderful aromas and tastes of Fall in upstate New York continue to attract thousands each year to the natural goodness of pure cider and all the old-fashioned goods that complement its flavor.

7:00 am – 6:00 pm Sunday – Saturday



In 1889, two brothers, Willard Bundy a jeweler and inventor, and Harlow E. Bundy, a young entrepreneur, opened a time recording clock company in downtown Binghamton. By the turn of the 20th century, thousands of workers were clocking in and out of work on Bundy Time Recorders. The company flourished, moved to Endicott, and eventually became IBM.

While the factories in Binghamton are now long gone, you can experience the world that spawned the Bundy Manufacturing Company at Harlow Bundy’s home – now the Bundy Museum of History & Art, 129 Main St. on Binghamton’s Westside.

We at the Bundy Museum seek to not only honor the accomplishments of Binghamton’s entrepreneurs like the Bundys, but also to pay our respects to the culture that influenced them.

Our collection ranges from early manufacturing and broadcasting artifacts to international art designed to enrich local culture.

We honor local entrepreneurs, artists, and personalities by showcasing the fruits of their labor and the culture they influenced. Your support helps us ensure that the historical and cultural achievements of the Southern Tier do not fade into the shadows of history.

The Museum serves 3 purposes:

To preserve the legacy of Willard & Harlow E. Bundy
To relive the elegance and beauty of the Victorian Era
To educate and inspire the general public on the fine arts

The Bundy Museum has resumed regular hours of operation.
Open Tuesdays through Saturdays 11am-5pm

In our efforts to best maintain safe COVID-19 guidelines, social distancing and masks are required. Masks are available for purchase in the museum gift shop if needed.
Guided Museum Tours and Art Gallery visits are available.
We do accept walk-ins however, we recommend you make a reservation.

(First Ward Action Council) Year round
10:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday – Saturday

Visit a few shops of distinction.

Now through October 25th, Animal Adventure is open everyday from 10am – 5pm (last admissions at 4pm).

Animal Adventure is an interactive, educational animal park, nestled in the hills of Harpursville, NY, just 15 minutes outside of Binghamton.

We are excited to unveil the many additions and improvements to Animal Adventure. We continue to raise the bar; providing unmatched animal encounters, improved animal exhibits and guest experiences. This season boasts many new exhibit redesigns, paved pathways, bottle feeding nursery area in our petting zoo and new species!

New species include: Patas Monkey, Vervet Monkey, Black Bear, African Warthog, Eland Antelope, Addax Antelope, Wildebeest, Scarlet Macaw

Many new babies: Wallabies, Patagonian Cavies, Camels, Antelope, Piglets, Bear Cubs, and more on the way!