Upstate New York
Upstate New York is the part of the state of New York that is north or west of the New York metropolitan area.
Geography[change | change source]
Upstate cities include Binghamton, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Ithaca and Utica. Rural areas of New York are also upstate. These include the Adirondack Mountains and the Mohawk Valley. Culturally, upstate New York is quite different than New York City.
Politics[change | change source]
The people who live in upstate New York came from different places than the people who live in New York City. Also, upstate New York is more moderate politically, with rural counties voting more conservative and urban counties more liberal, contrasted with the mostly liberal New York City.
Attractions[change | change source]
Attractions in Upstate New York include:
- Corning Museum of Glass, Corning
- Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park
- International Boxing Hall of Fame, Canastota
- National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Cooperstown
- Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls
- Women's Rights National Historical Park, National Women's Hall of Fame, Seneca Falls