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Binghamton is an active city in New York, near the border with Pennsylvania. Here, academics from the local university stroll through the historic downtown, while tech companies continue to innovate and expand. Come here to visit the Binghamton Zoo, which has been open since the late 19th century, or to wander the halls of the Roberson Museum and Science Center.

To get easily from the university campus to city center attractions such as the Gilded Age Phelps Mansion, rent a car through Orbitz. This will also allow you to travel to scenic regions nearby, such as the Finger Lakes or the Catskill Mountains.

Binghamton and beyond: Explore upstate New York

Many people only ever stop in the Big Apple, and miss the rest of New York State. Use your rental car in Binghamton to ensure you don’t make the same mistake. We’ve picked three destinations near Binghamton that you should visit.

Watkins Glen

Watkins Glen is one of the most spectacular corners of the Finger Lakes, a scenic region south of Lake Ontario. Follow the clear walking trails along tidal pools and beneath waterfalls, with the walls of a slate gorge towering on either side of you. The town, which sits on the southern tip of Seneca Lake, is also the home of a motoring raceway, which was once the race track for the US Formula One Grand Prix.

Journey time: Around 1 hour 30 minutes

Distance: Approximately 80 miles


Fans of baseball flock to Cooperstown throughout the year to wander through the National Baseball Halls of Fame. Sports-themed shops line the historic storefronts of its main street, near the shores of Otsego Lake. It’s not all about the ball game, though; the Farmers’ Museum recreates life in the mid-19th century for settlers, while the atmospheric Fly Creek Cider Mill dates back to a similar era.

Journey time: Around 1 hour 30 minutes

Distance: Approximately 80 miles


The state capitol of New York doesn’t adhere to the neoclassical dome that characterizes so many capitol buildings across the US. Instead, it’s a red-roofed, 19th-century marvel with ornate stone interiors. Visit this, as well as the New York State Museum and the Empire State Plaza, on a trip to the leafy city of Albany. Relax here in spacious Washington Park, which is surrounded by elegant houses.

Journey time: Around 2 hours 20 minutes

Distance: Approximately 140 miles