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Syracuse is a city suitable for any kind of visit - tourism, business, education purpose - it doesn't matter what you're in Syracuse for, you will certainly find a landmark or an activity for your own taste.
There are many museums to be explored, where all kinds of exhibits are available. For example, one of the best known and most visited place for you to see is the Milton J. Rebenstien Museum of Science & Technology. It is located on 500 South Franklin Street, and it is for sure a great source of education for children. And besides the educational exhibits, the museum also provides an IMAX theater and a planetarium.
Your next stop in the exploration of Syracuse is the Everson Art Museum, an exclusive American artwork exhibition, with more than 8000 pieces.
For more fun activities, you can go to Rosamond Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park, on 1 Conservation Pl., to see tigers, lions and even penguins! There are over 600 animals and the zoo is open daily between 10 am and 4.30 pm.
Nightlife in Syracuse is also widely spread throughout the city, and you can choose from lounges, bars, restaurants and many themed cafes. If you like jazz, then you can go to Sophistications Jazz Cafe, on 441 S. Salina St., or if you prefer karaoke combined with a theater, then Singers Karaoke Club & Dessert Theater is the right place to choose. It is located on 1345 Milton Ave., and it can guarantee you a successful night out.
Hanover Square - located right in downtown Syracuse, an area plenty of old buildings and architectural beauties, listed even on the National Historic Register.
Clinton Square - housing the biggest jazz festival of all Northeastern area of the United States, is also located in downtown Syracuse.
Armory Square - it is best known by young people, especially because it provides many entertainment options in Syracuse, with many clubs, bars and places to eat, but it has also an IMAX theater, as well as shops and galleries.
Onondaga Lake Park - featuring five miles of lake shoreline as well as a marina and a boat launch, the views that the lake provides are absolutely marvelous and you can even see the Salt Museum.
Oakwood Cemetery - located close to Syracuse University, the cemetery is a creepy 18th-century resting place, between maples, pines, ash, and hickory trees. Driving through it is allowed, and walking is like visiting a museum.
You must attend a sporting event while in Syracuse. The SU's `Orange` teams of athletics will be a very good choice if you wish to spend some fun during your stay in Syracuse.
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