I fell in love with Downtown Syracuse around the time of was going through management training.
It was a sleepy Sunday afternoon, much like at the time of taking these pictures, I was living out of my car and I felt like doing some exploring with my night off.
There isn’t much going on and not too many people on the roads on Sundays so I was free to roam around as I wished.
I enjoy all the local art and parks. All the history in all the distinct sub-neighborhoods and what makes them stand out from each other.
I already covered part of downtown in my Creek Walk Tour. Now let’s take a look at some of the other parts.
Remember, that this is a walking tour. I may go back to explore certain places in greater detail like I did when I visited the MOST Museum.
Statue in Clinton Square. This is the site of a lot of food festivals, The huge Christmas Tree Lighting, and where you can ice skate in the winter
Syracuse – Fayette Firefighters’ Memorial Park, one of downtown’s most beautiful parks
On a rainy day, check out the Onondaga Historical Museum
Metal Sphere Sculpture.
Historical Hotel Syracuse. Recently restored by the Marriott Group. I want to stay there so bad. I hear it’s haunted
Statue of Columbus with the Court House in the back ground
Syracuse’s signature Ice Cream Shop. Gannon’s
Looking to catch a show? Check out the Landmark Theater
The side of this building is covered with QR Codes.
Authentic Mexican Restaurant constructed out of an old church. The Mission
Do these murals creep anyone else out?
Miss Syracuse Diner
Daisy Duke’s Mural
Erie Canal Museum
Red hot right now . Empire Brewing Company and restaurant
One of the top 100 places to have a beer. The Blue Tusk
Down on Frankin, you most stop in an try the Spicy Tomato Oil and Pastabilities
Waffles any which way? Check out Funk ‘ N Waffles