Painted Post is a village in Steuben County, New York, United States. The village is in the town of Erwin, west of the city of Corning. The population was 1,842 at the 2000 census. The name comes from a painted and carved post found by explorers at the junction of three local rivers. Corning-Painted Post Airport (7N1) is west of the village.
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5 based on 2 reviews
Located in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of upstate New York. Open 9am-5pm every day year-round. Open 9am-8pm Memorial Day to Labor Day. From children looking for an adventure to artists looking for inspiration, there is something for everyone at The Corning Museum of Glass. Browse 3500 years of glassmaking history in our collection galleries, then watch glass come to life during the live Hot Glass Demos. You’ll be inspired to experience the wonder of glassmaking for yourself during a Make Your Own Glass workshop (reservations available online). See the stunning Contemporary Art + Design Wing, which houses a 26,000-square-foot contemporary gallery and 500-seat Amphitheater Hot Shop for live glass demos and design sessions. Kids and Teens (17 and under) Free! Adult admission tickets are $19.50 and are good for two consecutive days. Discount of 15% for AAA/CAA, Students, Military and 55+. Blue Star Museum- Free Admission for Active Military and family Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Really fantastic museum with fascinating exhibits of both contemporary and historical glass as well as more interactive stuff and demonstrations of glass techniques as well. Really worth a visit.Thank you for visiting Justin! We hope to see you again!
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Tag's opened it's doors on April 15th 1992. The Budweiser Summer Stage followed in 1994 with no more than a large field and a small stage. The desire was to fill a 'niche', provide national headline entertainment in an outdoor setting on a consistent basis. Apparently we have filled that 'niche', we have expanded each year since. The Summer Stage has become a nationally recognized concert venue and has hosted Artists such as: The Steve Miller Band, Boston, Train, Keith Urban, Ted Nugent, The Beach Boys, BB King, Barenaked Ladies, Hootie and the Blowfish, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Willie Nelson, Martina McBride, Huey Lewis, STYX, ZZ Top and many many others.
Saw a show here. Nice open outdoor venue. Was a pain to get a drink. Had to buy a ticket then go take ticket to get drink. Neat place though.
5 based on 58 reviews
An ESCAPE ROOM is a fully immersive adventure game where groups of up to 10 people work together to interact with objects and clues to solve ciphers, riddles, and puzzles within a full size room or series of rooms. The objective of the game is to attempt to solve the mystery and escape the room in under 60 minutes.
This is the 2nd time we've tried a Great Escape Room as a team, and we were successful each time, but it was very interesting to see how all our team members worked to solve a situation in timed environment. We have had a great...MoreThank you so much for the feedback. We are excited about the next escape room that is currently in the design phase! It will have a medieval theme.
4.5 based on 417 reviews
Art about the american experience -- the people, land and ideas that shape America through the eyes of American artists. Connect and reflect on the story of America through the eyes of American artists. The diverse collection of original American masterpieces includes a mix of contemporary Native American art alongside traditional bronze sculptures, landscape paintings and other works that embody America and the migration west. Kids and teens 17 and under are always free to The Rockwell -- specialized Art Hunts and our Family Exploration Studio make our museum the perfect destination for all ages. The Rockwell is named for our founding collectors, Bob and Hertha Rockwell, local business owners who amassed an incredible collection of American art and artifacts.
We had no idea about this place, thought it had something to do with Norman Rockwell. Not. A wonderful museum of Western and Indigenous American art. Beautifully restored building with architecture that fits perfectly with the exhibits. Very good explanation of what we were seeing in each room and it was great seeing some real classics of Western art while also seeing lots of new and beautiful things. Gift shop was also quite nice. Staff were helpful and friendly. Not a huge museum -- plan on about an hour plus gift shop -- but a really good one.
5 based on 18 reviews
This shop is a real find if you love antiques & pretty things. I visited the store with two out-of-town antique loving couples who were amazed at the quality and fair prices. Everything is arranged beautifully in cozy little room type areas. It looks like most of the goods are from the Victorian era. Along with furniture you can find China, glassware, pictures, even a section with ladies hats & accessories, jewelry, soaps, lotions & pretty knick knacks. We were thrilled to find that Antique Revival had a sale going on with 50% off everything! We didn't purchase any furniture but we all loaded up with stocking stuffer gifts for Christmas!
4.5 based on 59 reviews
This was an awesome experience for us. Since this area has hills/mountains, it is perfect for gliders. There was a competition going on with the gliders being tethered to small airplanes. There was probably 40 gliders taking off one right after the other, what a sight! A fellow in training who I talked to there told us that the gliders brand new can cost up to $100,000! The newer ones are made of fiberglass. Worth going to see.
4.5 based on 220 reviews
Beautiful setting from May 1 - November 1 ( exceptional foliage in Fall)
Glass Museum....everything you want to dreamt of about glass
Wineries less than hour by car at both Keuka and Seneca Lakes
Uncommonly high arts presence
Gates Rockwell offers Western Art
Many affordable dining options
5 based on 68 reviews
Specialties All ages are welcome to enjoy a hands-on experience with glass! As young as 2yrs old can blow an ornament, or pumpkin. Teens and adults can also participant in a one-on-one lesson to make a paperweight. You'll cherish your treasure and the memory of making it. Unique and affordably priced. Glass gifts made by local artists also available in our retail area. Hands-on activities are available year around by appointment, day and evening hours available. Please call to schedule your appointment!! We are handicapped accessible, and have ample parking. For more information or directions please visit our website. History Established in 1990. Hands-on Glass was originally founded in 1990. It was the first public access studio in Corning, N.Y. offering instruction in glassmaking for all ages and levels of experience.
I was here with a group and you would not think that you could let 20 plus people blow glass in such an orderly efficient manner but they did it. We all had a great time and were able to get our masterpieces the next...MoreThank you for coming to have an experience with us and for your compliments. We are glad you enjoyed your experience!
4.5 based on 33 reviews
While it is true that many airplane museums have more aircraft, this is a discovery (educational) center not a museum. I learned things here.
It was easy to spend two hours here, about half of it looking at the timeline on the back wall depicting important events in aviation through the years.
A restaurant inside offers a variety of food including several kinds of tasty soup, all at reasonable prices. It appeared that locals come here for lunch.
The staff is friendly and helpful. Special thanks to Karen.
Note: The discovery center has very short hours, only from 11 to 3, Tuesday through Saturday. I wish it were open longer as I had to return the following day to see it all.
Look for it on the west side of the airport, with airplanes parked around it. (They can be viewed even when the building is closed.)
4.5 based on 3 reviews
We live very near Willowcreek and have played here as members for several years since our retirement. The long-time owner sold the course this year (2016). He kept the grounds in very good shape, and consistently made capital improvements. Last year a new groundskeeper sharpened the fairway cuts, upgraded a number of the the tee boxes and improved the sand traps; dead trees were removed and new ones planted. The new owner is investing quite a bit on improving the club house and amenities. A good public course only gets better ... We recommend Willowcreek to anyone who lives in the area and encourage visitors to the area to try it as well. Situated in the Chemung River valley, the course is fairly flat and easy to walk but it is reasonably challenging with a number of lay-up holes. The 27-hole layout also allows more options; i.e., it is easy to "walk on" since at least nine holes are always open, even when there is a tournament.
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