Utica allows travelers to see another side of New York that they may have never experienced before. Utica vacation packages let you experience plenty of art, culture, history, and wildlife. A multitude of indoor and outdoor activities guarantees that there's something for everyone.
Utica vacations are great fun for the whole family. Start at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Museum, which has over 20 galleries, showcasing more than 25,000 American and European artists. Those who appreciate both art and history will be amazed by the collection of 18th-, 19th-, and 20th-century paintings. The Stanley Theater allows people of all ages to enjoy the Utica Symphony Orchestra, ballet performances, and Broadway shows. If you enjoy the outdoors, car rentals in Utica will make it possible to visit the Utica Marsh Wildlife Management Area, where you'll find numerous species of plants, birds, and other animals on 213 acres of preserved open space.
On the second Sunday of July, more than 10,000 runners gather to run in the Boilermaker 15K Road Race, including Olympic runners and professional athletes. If you're interested in the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute's exhibits, their summer festival is an exciting opportunity to view antique cars, sidewalk art, mural paintings, and much more. Crafts and activities are set up for children, making it a great event for all ages. Utica's Music and Arts Fest is the largest in the city, with 220 bands playing across the city over the course of one September weekend. The Adirondack Scenic Railroad is open all year, but it's especially exciting in winter, when it offers an opportunity to take a ride on the Polar Express. While enjoying a December vacation in Utica, you'll have plenty of photo opportunities with Santa.
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