Stay near the best things to do in Corning, NY

Called America's Crystal City, Corning has a rich history that is visible in Market Street's beautifully restored buildings, just steps from the Radisson. Make the 12-mile commute from Elmira Corning Regional Airport (ELM), and then stroll through the picturesque town square, which is filled with excellent shops and restaurants. The Rockwell Museum, the National Soaring Museum, the Finger Lakes Boating Museum and the Glenn H. Curtiss Museum are also within easy reach. Practically in our hotel's backyard, the Finger Lakes region is home to outstanding beer and wine, plus breathtaking views, waterfalls and hiking trails. If you're a history buff or want to enjoy educational fun with your kids, our hotel is just half a mile from the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass. Need a weekend getaway? The city is especially popular at Christmastime and during the four-day GlassFest in the spring.
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Gaffer District and Historic Market Street

0.26 mi / 0.41 km from the hotel
Head to downtown Corning to admire the architecture of buildings along Historic Market Street. When you're ready to shop or snack, continue your walk to Gaffer's many popular restaurants and shops.

Spencer Crest Nature Center

2.46 mi / 3.95 km from the hotel
Spencer Crest Nature Center offers outdoor exhibits and seven miles of scenic trails at Corning Community College.

Tanglewood Nature Center and Museum

9.16 mi / 14.74 km from the hotel
Home to more than 40 animal species, this nature center offers hiking trails, snowshoe rentals and spectacular views.

Corning Civic Center

0.82 mi / 1.31 km from the hotel
During the winter months, head to Corning Civic Center for an afternoon of ice skating.

Corning Museum of Glass

0.61 mi / 0.98 km from the hotel
Families love looking through 35 centuries of glass art at the Corning Museum of Glass. Before you go, you can make your own glass to create a one-of-a-kind souvenir.

Fulkerson Winery

25.05 mi / 40.31 km from the hotel
The Fulkerson family first moved to this farm in 1805 and started producing wine commercially in 1989. Stop by for an exceptional tasting of the winery's Rieslings or ice wines.