Macedon in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Bodies of Water. Discover best things to do in Macedon with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Macedon
4.5 based on 187 reviews
The superhighway of pre-Civil War America, this marvel of human engineering and labor, built from Albany to Buffalo, opened up America's frontier to the west.
I love living within walking distance of the historic Erie Canal in the village of Fairport. The path along the canal is great for walking or cycling. The path is paved and well lit at night. Enjoyable to walk the path anytime of year. An added bonus is the variety of restaurants and shops in close proximity to the canal.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
At Long Acre Farms there is something fun to do for everyone. They have New York's first Amazing Maize Maze. In the Back 40 Play Area is a jumping pillow, giant slide, and a whole lot more. At the Farm Market, Bakery, and Sweet Cone Shop you're sure to find something delicious to eat. In the Courtyard you can mine for gems in the sluice or pet the friendly goats. Plan your next adventure here!JD Wine Cellars is open year round with a growing selection of red, white, and 100% whole fruit wines. You're sure to find a style of wine to enjoy!
We stopped here on the way home after dinner last night. "The Farm" is always a great spot in our area to spend a summer night. They have a wonderful ice cream stand, and lots of activities mainly for the kids. The corn maze won't be open for a few months, but there is lots to do already. The only problem yesterday was that they don't have "no-sugar-added" ice cream flavors yet, but I'm sure they're coming. Stop by when you can. It's fun!
5 based on 108 reviews
Tour the Smith Family Farm to learn more about the boyhood of Joseph Smith Jr., the first prophet and president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Visit the nearby Sacred Grove, where Joseph received a vision of God the Father and His Son, Jesus Christ. Tours are Free.
My family greatly enjoyed our experience at the Smith Family Farm. Whether you are a member of the LDS faith or not, walking through the restored Smith farm, which was a jumping off point for one of America's most enduring religious movements, is educational and insightful. The Mormon missionaries who guide you through the sites are respectful and considerate. You will have as much time as you want to go through everything. My family particularly enjoyed spending time in what Mormons refer to as the sacred grove.
4.5 based on 143 reviews
Right up there with Nordstrom's in service and selection. Wife just came back and couldn't stop talking about the service people. She also bought a very expensive shawl, but the whole thing was worth it. Can't understand why the other places have forgotten that service sells. Great store, we'll be back.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
My wife and I enjoy going to this casino. The staff is helpful and friendly, the slots are laid out well, and the facility is kept clean. There are serve yourself beverage stations and two bars if you would like something other than soda or...MoreHi Robert, Thanks for your comments! We're glad you enjoy visiting Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack, and we'll strive to continue providing special experiences for our Guests each time they visit.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
This is a wonderful little place that is a bit unexpected in the setting where it resides. It is actually part of Long Acre Farms, and it has brought a new industry to this part of the county.
The wine cellar itself is a small building with a sampling bar and a store. Visitors can "take the tour" and sample a variety of local wines, some of which use grapes that are grown on the farm itself. It has a very homey feel to the place, although the productivity of JD WIne Cellars has been on the rise, and they can now be found at many of the local festivals (such as the Corn Hill Festival in Rochester). I hope they continue to grow and improve their production, because this is a really unique and fun place to visit.
5 based on 114 reviews
Located in the business district of historic Palmyra, New York, the Book of Mormon Historic Publication Site offers you a glimpse of the printing and binding processes of the 1820s. Tours are free.
This site, the E.B Grandin publishing building, is the spot where the first copies of the Book of Mormon were published. The original building still stands, with some modern structures added surrounding it. On our tour we saw the building and learned about the way typesetting, printing, and binding were done in the early 1800's. My teens were interested in the process, and we could ask questions as we walked through. Other than the tour, the rest of the area is fairly small, with a lobby including a few displays and pictures, and a room showing what the bookshop/sales area of the original building would have looked like. The tour lasted about half an hour, and we spent in total just under an hour visiting the site.
5 based on 90 reviews
This is a great place to have fun with your friends, or meet new friends; relax or just let your hair down and be you; or simply discover your inner artist. Bring your favorite bottle of wine or beverage, and paint along with our artist to create your own work of art that you will take home at the end of the evening.Class Prices: $35 per person for a 2 hour class and $45 per person for a 3 hour class. Family Day and Senior's Day are $25 per person for a 2 hour class.
Whether you go solo or with a group, Painting with a Twist is great fun. Experienced or not, you have the opportunity to complete a painting in one visit...and you can bring wine and snacks to enjoy during your session. This organization will also block out a time for a private party of 10 or more participants. Cost which includes instruction and all materials needed is very reasonable. Give it a try!
They can also host a children's party (no wine permitted)!
4 based on 2 reviews
Sherburne Park is not the largest or the most varied park in the State, but it does provide some quality ball fields and facilities for those who cannot get into the larger park across the road. It has a very nice baseball field, a pretty decent soccer field, and also some playgrounds and a pavilion that would hold at least 40-50 people. This park is not used as much as some of the other local facilities, so it's a good selection when looking for a last-minute practice or other gathering. The bathroom facilities are actually just outhouses here, with no other permanent rest rooms in place.
Note - this park closes (with locked gates) at dusk, so plan accordingly.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
18 Hole Public Golf course. Voted as top 5 Public Courses you can play in New York (Golf magazine) Selected as 5th Best New Course to open in 2003 (Golf Digest) 5 Sets of Tees for enjoyment of all levels. Full Service Golf Shop and Golf Range GPS System on all electric carts Year Round banquet facility for Weddings and special events up to 200
This venue for a wedding is fantastic. This was one of the best wedding venues I have been to! The staff was on top of everything that needed to be done, the waitresses were professional and efficient. I can't speak more highly of this venue. It was beautiful and the staff clearly worked with the bride to make it her special day!
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.