Mohawk Valley in New York
The region along the course of Mohawk River between the Catskill Mountains and the Adirondack Mountains is known as Mohawk Valley. Comprising around 5,882 square miles, it lies in Upstate New York state in the United States.
There are six counties in Mohawk Valley, here are the major towns and cities in the valley –
- Fort Plain
- Palatine Bridge
- St. Johnsville
- Fulton County
- Little Falls
Unworldly wilderness, historical battlefields, and regional fairs beckon visitors to this part of New York.
The Oriskany Battlefield and Fort Stanwix National Monument in downtown Rome chronicle the history of the American Revolution. The Shako:wi Cultural Center in Oneida exhibits the traditional arts and culture of Native Indians. The Remington Firearms Museum in Ilion houses an assemblage of American firearms. The Baseball Halls of Fame in Cooperstown draw in sport enthusiasts from all over America.
The Stockade Historic District in Schenectady, about 19 miles northwest of state capital Albany, features Dutch and Victorian-era houses. The Utica Memorial Auditorium hosts several concerts and sporting events throughout the year. The Adirondack Scenic Railroad, Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute, and Children's Museum are other tourist attractions in Utica.
Last Updated on: May 23, 2017