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Visit the City of the Hills with a Bus Rental and Charter in Oneonta, New York

Oneonta, New York

Friendly and vibrant, Oneonta is home to close to 14,000 people and is known to be the City of the Hills. Visit the city via a bus rental and charter in Oneonta, New York.

Hop from one attraction to the next with a bus rental and charter in Oneonta, New York.

A bus rental and charter in Oneonta, New York is a great way to see the city's sites and sceneries, such as:

History. Oneonta has a lot of historic homes that once belonged to prominent men, women and families of the city. For example, the Fairchild Mansion was where George Winthrop Fairchild lived. Fairchild founded the company that would soon become IBM. The George I. Wilber House is another example, which now houses the Upper Catskill Community Council of the Arts.

Other historic places include:

  • Bresee Hall, which is inside the campus of Hartwick College
  • Chapin Memorial Church, a Universalist church that was built in the 1890s and has a combination of Queen Anne, Gothic Revival and Romanesque designs
  • Ford Block, which sports Queen Anne architecture, was built in the 1880s
  • Fortin Site
  • Municipal Building
  • Old Post Office
  • Oneonta Armory
  • Oneonta Downtown Historic District has 64 contributing structures, a small park, churches and commercial buildings and a contributing site
  • Oneonta Theatre
  • Stonehouse Farm
  • The Walnut Street Historic District, on the other hand, has 44 contributing structures on different streets

Arts and culture. Check out the Catskill Symphony Orchestra and the Yager Museum of Art and Culture for a great arts-filled time. Concert venue Foothills Performing Arts Center also has art exhibits and other live events, while the Oneonta Theatre has live theater shows, movies and musical performances.

Sports and outdoors. Oneonta maintains two big municipal parks, Wilber and Neahwa Parks. You could play baseball, softball, and other sports at these parks. There is also a skateboard park at Neahwa Park. Neahwa Park is also the site of Summer Music Series.

There is also the Susquehanna River Park, which has great soccer fields, hiking trails, mountain biking trails. In the winter months, you can go snow shoeing and cross country skiing here. Visit the Swart Wilcox Historic Park where you could find the Swart Wilcox House, soccer fields and a baseball field.

For some indoor fun, check out Holiday Lanes Bowling Alley, or Interskate 88. Or you could go to Oneonta Sports Park, which has mini golf course, a golf course, and batting cages.

You should also check out the Joseph L. Popp, Jr. Butterfly Conservatory where you could see butterflies, birds, frogs, lizards and tortoises.

Shopping and dining. Downtown Oneonta has a great collection of stores that are housed inside Victorian buildings. You could buy antiques to guitars to handmade items to just about anything you need. Some of the shops you should not miss include the Artisans' Guild, Artware, Eighth Note, Green Earth Food Market, Marketplace on Chestnut, Maxwell's Specialty Shop, Oneonta's Farmer's Market, Razzle Dazzle and Theresa's Emporium.

Oneonta, NY 13820 is also home to the best restaurants in the area. These include:

  • Alfresco's Italian Bistro
  • Andre's Blue Ribbon Barbeque
  • Bella Michael's Restaurant
  • Boudreaux 'N Thibodeaux's
  • Brooks House of Barbecue
  • Depot
  • Farmhouse Restaurant
  • Forest Lane Bistro
  • The Autumn CafĂ©
  • The Red Caboose Restaurant & Bar
  • The Yellow Deli
  • Tino's Pizza
  • Undercover Eggplant

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