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GLENN H CURTISS MUSEUM
8419 State Route 54
Hammondsport  NY 14840
(607)569 2160
Dedicated to aviator Glenn H Curtiss
"America's First Licensed Pilot"
Historic Aircraft & Seaplanes
Motorcycles, Boats & Much More...
NYS Wine Museum of G. H. Taylor
8843 Greyton H. Taylor Memorial Drive
Hammondsport  NY  14840
(607)868 4814
Discover the Early Origins of the
New York Wine Industry
Collection of Winemaking Equipment
Artworks by Walter S Taylor
BATH FISH HATCHERY
7169 Fish Hatchery Road
Bath NY 14810
(607)776 7087
3 miles South of Hammondsport
on "Coldbrook" - Keuka's Inlet
View all phases of Trout Production
Self Guided Tour, Picnic Area
The Keuka Outlet Trail
PO Box 65
Dresden NY 14441
Well maintained public hiking/biking
trail on an abandoned railway.
Several old mill sites & canal locks.
Beautiful Waterfalls.  Trout Fishing.
THE FINGER LAKES TRAIL
6111 Visitor Center Road
Mt. Morris  NY 14510
(585) 658 9320
875 Mile Trail System Located on
Private & Public Lands.  Open for Use
By the Public With No Fees Charged.
Built & Maintained by Volunteers
BATH NATIONAL CEMETERY
VA Medical Center
San Juan Avenue
Bath, NY 14810
(607) 664-4853
Dedicated in Dec. 25, 1879 this 28.9
acre site is the final resting place for
more than 13,048 of the Nation's
Finest.  For and alphabetical listing
click
HERE.
Keuka Lake is the number one tourist destination in the Finger Lakes.  The beauty of the lake, its scenic vistas from vine clad hills and the rich
history of the area provide an endless array of opportunities to the traveler.  Explore the history of aviation pioneer Glenn H. Curtiss at the Curtiss
Museum in Hammondsport.  The Greyton H. Taylor Wine Museum and the Great Western Winery Visitors Center offer a look at the early history of the
New York State wine industry.  See the area up close from the 875 mile Finger Lakes Trail network.  Walk back in time to the origins of the Erie
Canal system along the Keuka Outlet Trail in Penn Yan.  The NYS Fish Hatchery in Pleasant Valley offers a first hand look at the life cycle of  the
elusive trout, from tiny eggs to full fledged lunker .  Be sure to take time to honor our nation's finest at the Bath National Cemetery.