About GenevaOn Seneca Lake, largest of the Finger Lakes, Geneva is the center of a rich agricultural and nursery region. Nearby Seneca Lake State Park offers numerous types of aquatic recreation.
A local wine research and development center explores new ways of growing grapes and making wine. Numerous vineyards can be found in the area via a wine trail off I-90 exit 42.
The Geneva History Museum, 543 S. Main St. (SR 14) in the Prouty-Chew House, has permanent and changing exhibits about local history; phone (315) 789-5151.
Visitor Centers Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce 537 Exchange St. 1 Franklin Sq., Suite 202 Geneva, NY 14456. Phone:(315)789-1776
Self-guiding ToursA brochure outlining a self-guiding walking tour of Geneva's historic S. Main Street is available from the Geneva Historical Society; phone (315) 789-5151.
Self-guiding walking tours of the Hobart and William Smith College campus are detailed in a brochure available at the admissions office, 629 S. Main St.; phone (315) 781-3622.
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1001 Lochland Rd. Geneva, NY 14456