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Posted by Kate Sherwood on October 23, 2014
Have you ever heard your friends complain that there's nothing to do in Binghamton? Don't worry! Just show them this list and start exploring these awesome off-campus attractions!
Grab a few friends, load up on quarters and blast through some arcade classics like Donkey Kong, Crazy Taxi and more at the biggest arcade in New York.
Otter pups, snow leopards and penguins, oh my! Visiting Ross Park Zoo will be an experience you won’t forget.
Did you know that Binghamton is the Carousel Capital of the World? If you're still not convinced, just take a ride back to the 1920s on the Ross Park Zoo Carousel, Rec Park Carousel, Highland Park Carousel and all the other carousels!
Brought over by Italian immigrants in the 1920s and consisting of freshly marinated meat cubes on a soft roll, spiedies have evolved into Binghamton’s most famous sandwich. Be sure to eat them at Lupo's or Spiedie & Rib Pit.
Whether you're pumpkin picking at Jackson's Farm, attending Iron Kettle Farm's 45th Spooktacular Fest or getting lost in the MAiZe at Stoughton Farm, you'll be sure to fall right into autumn!
Take yourself back to the Victorian Period while touring this historic gem, built in 1870 and adorned with rare crystal chandeliers and beautiful woods.
Because catching a Binghamton Senators Ice Hockey game is too exciting to miss out on. Plus, there's delicious hot pretzels, churros and more at this great location.
Not only will you find a peaceful oasis at Recreation Park, but you can also take a ride on the fully restored Allan Herschell carousel from 1925, which is said to have inspired the Twilight Zone episode “Walking Distance."
Do you appreciate quality food at a reasonable price? Luckily, Binghamton has so many amazing restaurants with delicious food at an affordable rate. Check out places like The Lost Dog, Social on State, and Whole in the Wall; and you will not be disappointed.
Some people call it NYSEG Stadium. Others call it the home of the newly dubbed Rumble Ponies (formerly the Mets). Either way, you’re guaranteed to have a good time here!
In the mood for some stargazing? Stop by Kopernik, one on the best-sited and best equipped public observatories in the Northeast United States, and get your space on.
A landmark since 1926, the Cider Mill has homemade apple cider, baked goods and fruit wine. Does it get any better? We think not.
Honestly, what's better than a Wegmans sub? Really...we want to know.
Art exhibitions, sci-fi conventions, food fests and more make this nationally recognized museum a must-stop location year-round.
Visit the Tri-Cities Opera -- because your adventures in Binghamton truly aren’t over until you've heard a once-in-a-lifetime opera performance.
There's always something new and interesting going on at Binghamton University, and this blog is our way of sharing in that excitement with you. Stay up to date on the latest happenings, learn something new, have a laugh (or two), and join us as we celebrate this energetic and outstanding community! This is your story, Binghamton.
Nicole Sirju-Johnson MPA ‘99, PhD ‘11: Campus Diversity, associate chief diversity officer
Adam Fox ‘92: Section Chief of Trauma at Rutgers NJ Medical School
Staci Romeo ‘03, MBA ‘05: Executive Director of HealthlinkNY
Maggie Chan Jones ‘96: Founder and CEO of Tenshey, Inc.
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