Cortland is a city in Cortland County, New York, United States of America. Cortland is in New York's Southern Tier region. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 19,204. It is the county seat of Cortland County.
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4.5 based on 25 reviews
Even though I stopped by when it was foggy and overcast, I loved it. It's a nice, quiet walk in the woods, and the leaves were still vibrant and colorful. The artwork part of the trail was entertaining, too. The only thing is, if you appreciate indoor plumbing, you may want to use other facilities before visiting. They have an indoor bathroom, but it's a "nature-friendly" type. That won't stop me from visiting again when in the area.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
The CNY Living History Center is a museum complex that consists of three different museums all pertaining to three different aspects of history. The Homeville museum focuses on military and local history, the Brockway museum focuses on Brockway Trucks and their history here in Cortland, and also the Tractors of Yesteryear museum focuses on agricultural history. Three museums for the price of one!
There were rooms with all kinds of collections. The military displays covered the Civil War, WWI, Korea, WWII, Cold War, Vietnam, and Desert Storm. There is quite a display recounting the history of Brockway Trucks complete with several trucks on exhibit- some restored and some as found. There is also a separate barn with tractors and a room dedicated to the farm home kitchen and furnishings. They do rotate the exhibitions periodically.
4 based on 36 reviews
Explore 15,000 square feet of four floors within the Wickwire Residence in Downtown Cortland, NY. The grand limestone Chateauesque style mansion, built by industrialist and local philanthropist Chester F Wickwire and designed by architect Samuel Burrage Reed, features parquet floor, jewel-like stained glass windows, oak and cherry woodwork, and ornate decorative stenciling. The 1890 House Museum is part of the Historic District in the City of Cortland and ongoing restoration projects are returning this architectural treasure to its historic splendor. Come visit us and wander through our restored period rooms, view our changing exhibitions, and attend our special programs and events.
The house is so hot and muggy. Not handicap accessible. Too many offices and not enough museum rooms.
4 based on 10 reviews
Located just moments from the heart of the Cortland, NY, the Cortland Rural Cemetery gently rises northward from historic Tompkins Street. The site features 50 acres of winding drives, walking trails, interpretive signs, and labeled trees ~ amid islands of individual graves, family mausoleums, and monument groupings, and honoring the original, 19th century concept of a "rural cemetery."
This lovely old cemetery is a great place to visit, if you're visiting downtown Cortland for any reason. Its road, now uniquely referred to as 'cemetrails' feature interpretive signs with information on the cemetery's history, geology, artistic assets, and notable gravesites. Many of the large trees are also marked, by species. And the views are lovely...
5 based on 5 reviews
Each year the room settings change for this fine historic house museum and gift shop. Research your family ancestors here also! Free admission for ALL children and members! (Become a member on the spot!
3.5 based on 4 reviews
Country Music Venue, Campgrounds and New York State Country Music Hall of Fame.Welcome to the Country Music Park and Campgrounds. We are located in beautiful Cortland, New York; 1 mile east of Rt. 81 at 1824 State Route 13, Cortland, NY 13045.
Went to the Country Music Park with a Senior Citizen group - 1st hour is for dancing - would be
great if there were partners so everyone could dance. Because there aren't, most people just sit for an hour. Then we had a very nice chicken bbq dinner - then the show - Donna and the Mystics were very entertaining, great music. Then an intermission - then the 2nd part of the show. Sorry, people have to realize when it's time to retire -- music left much to be desired.
LONG day of sitting - almost 5 hours. Tables very close together and you are packed like
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