This well-known riding route travels along portions of the historic towpaths.
It is a historic structure that lies directly on the river and is currently used as a banquet hall and multi-use space.
It has stunning marble-style columns and high vaulted ceilings that give the impression of being in a church.
The public library building, another one of Utica's beautiful early 20th-century architectural beauties, was constructed in the very first decades.
For lovers of nature and birdwatching, it is a must-visit location.
One of the best public places in the city, it is thought to be.
Fans of remarkable art will almost likely find their way to the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute's magnificent modernist building.