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Autumn, Cayuga Lake
Ithaca's harbor entrance is marked by two prominent lighthouses. Photo courtesy of Ithaca CVB
Boat Returning to Myers Point
Just north of Ithaca, Myers Point Lighthouse is a landmark for Cayuga Lake boaters. Photo: Ithaca CVB
Buttermilk Falls State Park, Summer
Buttermilk Falls is one of four state parks within 10 miles of Ithaca. Photo: Eric Serritella/Ithaca CVB
Cayuga Lake Sailboat
Sailing is popular on 40-mile-long Cayuga Lake. Photo: Ithaca CVB
Cornell Autumn
The beautiful Cornell University campus is worth a visit in any season. Photo: Ithaca CVB
Cornell Clocktower
The sound of the Cornell Chimes evokes memories for all who have attended the university or visited Ithaca. Photo: Ithaca CVB
Cornell Skyline
Far above Cayuga's waters... Cornell University dominates the Ithaca skyline and supports the city's vibrant cultural scene. Photo: Charles Harrington/Ithaca CVB
Facepainting, Ithaca Festival
First held in 1977, the annual Ithaca Festival celebrates "the artist in us all." It is the community's signature summer event. Photo: Sheryl D. Sinkow/Ithaca CVB
Fireworks & Fountains
Viewed through the fountains at Ithaca College, the annual communtiy fireworks show is spectacular. The traditonal Independence Weekend display is visible for 10 miles. Photo: Sheryl D. Sinkow/Ithaca CVB
Ithaca Commons, Afternoon
The Ithaca Commons, a downtown pedestrian mall, is the heart of the city's shopping, dining and social scene. Photo: Ithaca CVB
Ithaca Commons, Autumn
A warm October afternoon on the Ithaca Commons, the city's downtown pedestrian mall. Photo: Ithaca CVB
Ithaca Commons, Shop Window
The Commons is known for its many unique boutiques. Photo: Charles Harrington/Ithaca CVB
Ithaca Commons, Summer
The Commons was created in 1974 when East State Street was closed to vehicular traffic. Now a pedestrian mall, the Commons is popular for shopping, strolling and people watching. Photo: Ithaca Downtown Partnership/Ithaca CVB
Ithaca Falls, Autumn
Ithaca Falls glows in a autumn afternoon. Plunging 150 feet, it is the largest waterfall within the city limits. Photo: Ithaca CVB
Ithaca Falls, Winter
Ithaca Falls is a spectacular sight in every season. Photo: Sheryl D. Sinkow/Ithaca CVB
Ithaca Sunset from Myers Point
Myers Point Lighthouse stands vigil as dusk settles over Ithaca and Cayuga Lake. Photo: Ithaca CVB
Kayaks, Cayuga Lake
The Finger Lakes may appear slender on maps, but they are enormous from the deck of a kayak. Photo: Ithaca CVB
Kiteboarding on Cayuga Lake, Sunset
Photo: Ithaca CVB
Kiteboarding, Cayuga Lake
Kiteboarding is a thrill on Cayuga Lake. Photo: Ithaca CVB
Peaches, Ithaca Farmers Market
With more than 150 vendors, the Ithaca Farmers Market is the culinary center of the community from spring through fall. Photo: Charles Harrington/Ithaca CVB
Sailing on Cayuga Lake, Sunset
Photo: Ithaca CVB
Sunset, Myers Point
Myers Point Lighthouse is located 10 miles north of Ithaca in Myers Park. Operated by the Town of Lansing, the park offers swimming, camping and marina services. Photo: Ithaca CVB
Sunset, Stewart Park
Stewart Park fills the southern shoreline of Cayuga Lake. It's Ithaca's oldest lakefront park. Photo: Sheryl D. Sinkow/Ithaca CVB
Taughannock Falls Overlook
Towering 215 feet, Taughannock Falls is three stories taller than Niagara. Photo: Finger Lakes State Parks/Ithaca CVB
Triphammer Falls, Cornell Campus
Few universities can rival Cornell for dramatic campus vistas. The Triphammer Falls footbridge connects the campus below Beebe Lake and offers spectacular views of Fall Creek Gorge. Photo: Ithaca CVB
Vineyards, Autumn
Harvest time at Ithaca's Six Mile Creek Vineyards. There are more than 100 wineries in New York's Finger Lakes Region. Photo: Cayuga Wine Trail/Ithaca CVB

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