F.X Matt Brewing Company
811 Edward St, Utica, NY 13502
F.X. Matt Brewing Company is an American family-owned brewery at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains in Utica, New York. It is the second oldest family-owned brewery in the United States, as it has been brewing beer since 1853.
259 Genesee St, Utica, NY 13502
Originally built to be a movie palace, The Stanley opened on September 10, 1928 with 2,963 seats. Today, The Stanley is host to shows presented by the Broadway Theatre League of Utica, Munson Williams Proctor Great Artists Series, and the Utica Symphony Orchestra as well as several promoters. Recent acts include Tony Bennett, Jerry Seinfeld, Jackson Browne, the Goo Goo Dolls, Green Day’s American Idiot and Shrek: The Musical.
1 Utica Zoo Way, Utica, NY 13502
The Utica Zoo has served the region for over 99 years. Located in Roscoe-Conkling Park, the zoo is part of a recreational complex made possible by the donation of land from Thomas R. Proctor in 1909. The Zoo has grown from its small beginnings with three fallow deer in 1914, to its present collection of over 200 animals.
Munson Williams Procter Arts Institute
310 Genesee St, Utica, NY 13502
Founded in 1919, MWPAI continues to evolve while maintaining traditions of fine art and culture. The Museum of Art features a renowned permanent collection, fascinating exhibitions and education for all ages in an International-style gallery building designed by world famous architect Philip Johnson and also in Fountain Elms, a superb Victorian-era Italianate mansion.
Children’s Museum of History, Science & Technology
311 Main Street, Utica NY, 13502
One of the oldest children’s museums in the country, the museum began in 1963 (originally located in various Utica buildings) & the Board bought the building in 1979, renovated it, and moved in with exhibits on 1st & 1/2 of 2nd floors. Now there are 4 floors open with 100s of interactive exhibits! And it’s not just for children, there’s much to see for adults. A beautiful historic building in downtown Utica NY’s historic Baggs Square.