The Binghamton Visitor Center offers visitors a brief orientation to historic districts and explores the significant contributions this area made to the industrial development of a nation.
The Binghamton Visitor Center houses the Susquehanna Heritage Area Exhibits featuring a Heritage Gallery, Interactive computers, a changing exhibit gallery as well as a 50-seat theater. The Heritage Gallery explores the themes of the Susquehanna Heritage Area, which focuses on the industrial development of the region and the architectural, social and cultural aspects of the community. Visitors are encouraged to view a multi-media presentation which reinforces the proud heritage of the Triple Cities; Binghamton, Johnson City and Endicott.
Visitors can explore the Binghamton Visitor Center at no charge. Brochures and maps are available for information on other area attractions and visitor amenities.
Other Area Attractions:
Science Education for the 21st Century
One of the Nation’s oldest existing zoos.
A hands-on museum for kids.
Alan Hershell Carousels
Broome County operates 6 carousels, the largest collection in the world! Restored to their original beauty, these carousels are the “jewels” and pride of the community. Call the Heritage Area at (607) 772-0660 to find out how you can “Ride the Carousel Circuit”.
Exhibits which reflect the origins of Harpur College, the corporate leadership of the Endicott Johnson Shoe Company, IBM, and the strong influence the college and industries had on the development of Endicott, Johnson City and Binghamton.