Johnson City Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Johnson City; our list of the best things to see, including Roberson Museum and Science Center, Anderson Center for the Performing Arts and The Goodwill Theatre.
  • The best place in Johnson City: Roberson Museum and Science Center

    Roberson Museum and Science Center

    30 Front Street
    $8 adults, $6 seniors and students, children free. Roberson Museum and Science Center engages people of all ages and backgrounds by providing community-relevant exhibitions and programs in art, history and science education. It hosts the Binghamton Visitor's Center, which is open daily, free of charge. The museum features a planetarium with regular shows for an extra $2 per person. The permanent exhibit on the region's role aviation and flight simulation is particularly good.
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  • Anderson Center for the Performing Arts

    Anderson Center for the Performing Arts

    Binghamton University Campus, Vestal Pkwy
    Consisting of three individual theaters (Osterhout Concert Theater, Chamber Hall, and Watters Theater), The Anderson Center provides a world-class venue for any size performance that may come to the region. The Center strives to bring in a variety of international performances in keeping with the universities multicultural perspective, however, it also hosts many local and national performances.
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  • The Goodwill Theatre

    The Goodwill Theatre

    67 Broad Street, Johnson City, NY 13790
    Box office: Mondays-Fridays 9am to 5pm..
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  • Chris Thater Memorial Races

    Chris Thater Memorial Races

    Recreation Park
    Premier cycling and running event held in honor drunk driving victim, Chris Thater. Traditionally falls on the last weekend of August
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  • Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra

    Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra

    31 Front Street
    Lead by Jose-Luis Novo, the Binghamton Philharmonic produces a classical and chamber music series at the Anderson Center for Performing Arts and a popular music series at the Forum Theater downtown.
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  • Cyber Cafe West

    Cyber Cafe West

    176 Main Street
    Around a mile down the road near Schiller St. next to a Wendy's), ☎ (607) 723-2456‎. 11AM-11PM M-W, 11AM-1AM Th-Sa, 11AM-9PM Sun. Budget. Innovative and tasty sandwiches and wraps (with many tasty vegetarian options to choose from) and 20+ beers on tap. (Wine and bottled beer also available.) Live music for all ages at least five nights a week, many acts require do not require a cover charge.
  • The Ale House

    The Ale House

    3744 Vestal Parkway East, Vestal, New York USA 13850
    9053, info@beerjoint.com. 36 beers on tap
  • Rod Serling Video Festival

    31 Main Street
    first weekend in August. State wide film contest for would-be directors in grades k-12. Film entries are screened at the Helen Foley Theatre in Binghamton, and aired publicly on WSKG Public Television Station
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  • Bundy Arts and Victorian Museum

    129 Main Street
    This museum is located in the former home of Harlow Bundy, who with his brother Willard, built up what eventually became the International Business Machines (IBM) corporation. The stated mission of the museum is to honor local entreprenuers, artists, and personalities by showcasing the fruits of their labor and the culture they influenced. The museum includes an extensive collection showcasing the Bundy Time Recording company with the clocks and punch-cards that became IBM's first major boon. Also features an eclectic collection of arts and antiques.
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  • STOP-DWI Tournament of Champions

    BAGSAI Softball Complex
    On the left, past Broome Community College.), ☎ 607-778-2056. One of the top high school softball tournaments in the country. Heavily visited by college softball coaches.
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  • Greek Peak Mountain Resort

    2000 NYS Rt. 392, Cortland
    392, Cortland (From Interstate 81 exit at #9 and then take Route 11 North to 392 West), ☎ 800-955-2SKI. Greek Peak is the nearest downhill ski resort to Binghamton. It has expanded significantly in recent years and also offers nordic options. About 40 minutes drive from Binghamton.
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  • First Night

    city-wide
    Begins 5pm New Years Eve. $10, $6 in advance. Nationally recognized arts and culture celebration to bring in the new year. City buses provide transportation to events scattered around the city through-out the evening. At midnight a massive bonfire is lit outside The Arena.
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  • Tom's Coffee, Cards, and Gifts

    184 Main Street
    Billing itself as Binghamton's premier craft gallery and gift shop, Tom's does not disappoint. There's something for just about everyone in here, and if you get hungry while you're looking expect a variety complementary gourmet treats: chutneys, salsas, biscuits.
  • En-Joie Golf Course

    public golf course in Endicott
    Hosts the PGA Champions Tour Dicks Open (formerly the BC Open).
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  • First Fridays

    Washington Street and vicinity
    6p-9p first Friday of each month. 35 to 45 downtown venues provide gallery hopping, art openings, music and theater shows to fine dining and entertainment on the first Friday of each month.
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  • Levene Gouldin & Thompson Tennis Challenger

    Recreation Park
    Men's Challenger tennis tournament held over 9 days a few weeks prior to the US Open. Challengers are Pro Circuit tennis players from around the world.
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  • Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena and the Forum Theater

    1 Stuart Street and 236 Washington St. respectively
    respectively (downtown), ☎ 607-778-1528. Binghamton's two largest indoor venues are managed by the Broome County Department of Parks and Recreation. The Arena hosts numerous traveling productions and music concerts. It is also the home venue of the local professional ice hockey team, the Binghamton Senators. The Forum is a restored vaudeville house and hosts the Tri Cities Opera, popular music productions of the Binghamton Philharmonic, and Broadway Theater League shows.
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  • The Ale House

    The Ale House

    3744 Vestal Pkwy E
    Join The Ale House Beer Tour... Stop in for details!
  • Rossi's Pizza Johnson City

    Rossi's Pizza Johnson City

    143 Harry L Dr
    Serving JC & Binghamton Since 2004. Check Out Our Check-In Deals on Facebook and Foursquare
  • Sharkey's Restaurant

    56 Glenwood Ave
    Purported to be the birthplace of the spiedie, it is certainly the oldest remaining purveyor and one of the tastiest. Budget
  • Whole in the Wall

    43 S
    Washington St, 607.722.5138 [14]. Pleasant restaurant on the Southside that specializes in natural and wholesome meals. Mid-range
  • Los Tapatios

    1101 Bunn Hill Rd Ste 5
  • Kampai Japanese Steakhouse

    3325 Vestal Pkwy E
    Kampai Japanese Steakhouse Homepage and Menu, Binghamton, Vestal, NY
  • Turkish Restaurant Sultan Sofrasi

    Turkish Restaurant Sultan Sofrasi

    258 Main Street
  • Mediterranean Gyro

    Mediterranean Gyro

    4700 Vestal Parkway East (University Plaza)
  • Plaza Diner

    Plaza Diner

    3605 Vestal Pky E
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Johnson City uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.