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Finger Lakes are a series of narrow and long lakes in upstate New York that continue to draw tourists and travelers from all around the state. That is reason enough to get on a charter bus in New York and visit the area.


But do you know that the area has some of the best and most notable museums in the state? Rent a charter bus in New York and visit these museums now!


Corning Museum of Glass

The Corning Museum of Glass (1 Museum Way, Corning, (607) 937-5371, Web site) has been open for more than three decades now. It houses the largest glass collection anywhere in the world. Take note, you do not only get to admire the glass collections -- some of which go back to more than 35 centuries ago -- but you can also watch how glass is made, discover the groundbreaking innovations in glassmaking, learn about the inventors, and, most especially, you can create your own glass masterpiece. The best thing? Kids and teenagers get in for free. Adults get in for $15, while veterans, AAA and senior citizens enjoy a discount.


Rockwell Museum of Western Art

The Rockwell Museum of Western Art (111 Cedar Street, Corning, (607) 937-5386, Web site) houses several collections and exhibits focusing on Native American and American Western culture and art. If you have always wanted to know how our forebears lived and to catch a glimpse of their daily lives, this is the place to go. Adults can get in for only $8, while senior citizens, students, and AAA members pay $7. Kids, teenagers, and those serving in the armed forces get in for free. Group discounts are also available.


Rockwell Museum of Western Art and Corning Museum of Glass are situated minutes away from each other and you can buy tickets to both museums and save.


To make it easier for you to get there, arrange for a charter bus in New York with Custom Coach and Limo!


Finger Lakes is a quaint place that is sure to charm you. More than this, the place has some of the best museums in the state that would awe museum buffs. Isn�t it about time that you get on a charter bus in New York and visit Finger Lakes?


Glenn H. Curtiss Aviation Museum

The Glenn H. Curtiss Aviation Museum (8419 New York 54, Hammondsport, (607) 569-2160, Web site) focuses on the life of Glenn Curtiss, the father of naval aviation. It houses 12 of Curtiss' aircrafts, motorcycles, and other personal artifacts. It also touches on local history and culture, exhibiting Finger Lake's pride, such as boats and wines, among other things. General admission is at $8.50, while children six years and younger get in for free. Special group rates and discounts are available for senior citizens and students.


Arnot Art Museum

The Arnot Art Museum (235 Lake Street, Elmira, (607) 734-3697, Web site) houses some of the world's best European paintings and American art, some of which go back to the 17th century. They also have a growing collection of great contemporary works.


The museum used to be the home of Matthias H. Arnot, who is also an avid art collector.


National Soaring Museum

The National Soaring Museum (51 Soaring Hill Drive Elmira, (607) 734-3128, Web site) showcases different aviation exhibits. You can also have fun with their flight simulators and educational programs. The NSM also has a lot of gliders on display. General admission is at $7.50, with special discounts for senior citizens and youngsters from 7 to 18 years of age. Kids under 6 get in for free. Group rates are available.


Be sure to contact Custom Coach and Limo to arrange for a charter bus in New York for an enjoyable and comfortable trip to Finger Lakes' great selection of museums!



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