“the gathering place for Central New Yorkers”
Clinton Square has had a long history of being the gathering place for Central New Yorkers and their guests. In keeping with this tradition, the Square, while its undergone numerous transformation in its 100-plus-year history, is still where tens of thousands of residents get together every year -- whether it’s to skate from late November through mid-March, to take part in a benefit walk or run, or to celebrate at one of the many festivals held in the Square from early May through October.
Nice gathering spot in the heart of the city. Good place to grab some food and spend some lunch time.
Ice skating rink in the winter and festivals in the summer. Walk one block over and there is quiet tree-lined hanover square.
I went with my husband to see what it was about. It's not bad if your into historical site seeing. It has some beautiful old buildings, what use to be a canal turned into an ice rink in the winter. Unfortunately we went on a Sunday so everything was closed. Aside from that great place for picture perfect moments!
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