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The Weather in Ithaca
Find the Ithaca climate diagram. July is the warmest month in Ithaca with average maximum temperatures of 80°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Discover upstate New York from your Ithaca vacation home
Best known for its scenic natural areas, budding slow food movement, and top-rated museums, Ithaca is a perfect vacation destination for New York visitors. Vacation homes often feature private outdoor spaces, wood burning fireplaces, and countryside views.
Farm to table
For a real taste of upstate New York, head to the Ithaca Farmers Market. Produce, baked goods, plants, crafts, prepared foods, and gourmet tastings of wine and cheese make this one-of-a-kind shopping experience.
The Ithaca Beer Company offers a rotating selection of micro-brew beer on tap, served alongside creative pub fare. Locally sourced ingredients, including some from the brewery's own farm, come together to create a unique and enjoyable menu. Daily tours of the brewery are also available.
The Museum of the Earth is one of the best curated in the state. The collection includes items on loan from the Smithsonian, including an impressive variety of fossils. Interactive displays walk visitors of all ages through the natural history of the planet in chronological order. An area of fossil-rich rock allows little guests to dig for their own prehistoric find.
Art and architecture come together at the Johnson Museum of Art. Collection highlights include a variety of native textiles, work by local artists, and a surprisingly extensive display of Asian art. After marvelling at the art, enjoy the views from the rooftop.
Ithaca's great outdoors
Just a short drive south of town, at Robert Treman State Park you can wander along hiking and biking paths, see mountain views, and several waterfalls. Early morning visits are best for photography and to beat the crowds.
Buttermilk Falls State Park is a popular day trip for local families looking to spend the day in nature. The park offers plenty to do but can double as a quick stop thanks to the easily accessed waterfalls. For a bit more adventure, try the Gorge Trail hike.
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