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Our neighborhood:

Armory Square in downtown Syracuse NY

We love being in the heart of downtown Syracuse where you can
walk out our door and find hotels, restaurants, bars, shopping and so much more.
There is always something to do and nowhere better to be than in the hub of the city.


There is ample parking available around SKY Armory. We recommend the Atrium Parking Garage 

Street parking and other lots are also available view Downtown Parking Map


Fun Fact: within a 3 block radius of SKY Armory we have 3,000+ parking spaces in lots and garages.



Best Western Downtown Syracuse Hotel & Suites  has 166 rooms and is only 161 steps from our door to theirs

(yes, we've measured). They offer complimentary breakfast, too.

Courtyard by Marriott at Armory Square has 140 rooms and is just 2 blocks away.


SKY Armory has it's own restaurant, The Tasting Room offering approachable fine dining with a wine & whiskey bar.


Some of our  other local favorites:

Pastabilities  |  The York  |  Kitty Hoynes  |  Lemon Grass  | Eden 


Some of our local favorites: The Tasting Room  | Limericks  |  Al's Wine & Whiskey Lounge  |  The Fitz



Live Music:  The Tasting Room | Funk n Waffles  |  Dinosaur BBQ  |  Al's Wine & Whiskey Bar  |  Kitty Hoynes

Clubs:  Benjamin on Franklin  |  King of Clubs  |  Trexx

Performing Arts:  Landmark Theatre  |  Red House  |  Syracuse Stage  |  Symphoria  |  Famous Artists

Museums:   Everson Museum of Modern Art  |  Onondaga Historical Association  |  Erie Canal Museum  

Family Activities:  Museum of Science & Technology (MOST)  |  Rosamond Gifford Zoo  |  Destiny USA

Festivals:  You can find a festival just about every weekend in the summer 

Other fun things to do  

Onondaga County offers beautiful parks, hiking trails, and golf courses to explore when you have some down time during your stay.

We recommend coming early or staying a few days longer to explore the regions of New York State within a 1-2 hour drive from Syracuse. Visit wine country in the Finger Lakes, explore the 1000 Islands  of the St. Lawrence River,  or head to the mountains of the  Adirondacks.

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