BING is like a playground for adults, and yet still fun for children. It’s the best of both worlds!

You can hit the greens with your buddies, trek along a trail in the great outdoors with your fishing pole in hand, shop Antique Row for that impossible-to-find replica you’ve been dying for, or capture your kids’ attention for hours at the Discovery Center of the Southern Tier. Tour a cool museum with the whole family, then the countryside on a scenic walking or bike trail.

When the stars appear, and so does your urge to paint the town red, venture downtown for dance clubs, country and sports bars and coffee houses.

Get out there and play the day away in Greater Binghamton!

Outdoor mosaic sculpture

Binghamton Mosaics Tour

The Greater Binghamton area has a rich culture and a deep rooted history. This combination makes for a fruitful space for artist to grow and create. One medium in which artist of Binghamton use is mosaics which can be found in various places throughout the streets of downtown. Walk this tour and discover these, sometimes hidden, gems!

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Women’s Suffrage Trail

Broome and Tioga County

The year 2017 marks the 100th Anniversary of the United States giving female citizens the right to vote. This right was made possible by the strong willed women of the U.S.A., and some of them resided right here in New York State. To honor these women, a trail has been created to visit areas where we can pay tribute to the women in our area that made history in our country… Read More

Sculpture Outdoors

Broome and Tioga County

View Broome County Arts Council’s online exhibition of public sculpture! This collection of historically and artistically significant works in Greater Binghamton and Broome County is a collaboration with Binghamton University Art History Department and Professor Kevin Hatch. The goal is to identify, catalog, and raise awareness of public sculpture as valuable cultural assets, landmarks, resources and attractions that are worthy of investment and care. This catalog offers stories about how these works came to “live” among us and the artists who designed them. Many of these public sculptures bear the scars of change caused by nature’s sun and storms or by human neglect and, sometimes, violence. But still they stand, meaningful public sculptures that serve as community touchstones of past glories, current realities, and future promise.

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Phelps Museum outside

Haunted History Trail

The Haunted History Trail of New York State is where you can plan your next ghostly adventure. Learn about the lives that once walked before us at one of their many locations across New York. They have found the spookiest spots in each region where paranormal activity has not only occurred, but been witnessed… Read More

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