Our NEW ornament is here!

December 7, 2023

Your first chance to purchase our new ornament will be Thursday, December 14th, from 6-8 PM at 72 Tavern and Grill at The Adirondack Bank Center. After Thursday, December 14th, the ornament will be sold exclusively at the Utica Comets/Utica City FC Team store for $25, and online at a later date. Please join us…

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Directions to #3 Rutger Mansion

December 1, 2023

Directions to #3 Rutger Mansion Additional parking.docx    

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A Christmas Holiday Special Event!

November 18, 2023

Landmarks Christmas Event Dec 9

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Utica Rutger Park Mansion Tours & Haunted Central New York Book Signing by Dennis Webster October 7, 2023

September 12, 2023

A New York State Path Through History/Landmarks Society of Greater Utica Event: Celebrate New York’s Path Through History on Saturday October 7, 11-3PM and take a Landmarks Society guided tour of two of Utica’s most historic and significant mansions:  the Miller-Conkling-Kernan house and Munn’s Castle in nationally recognized, Rutger Park in downtown Utica.  Ticket sales are cash…

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Utica’s Rutger Park Featured on the Joe Kelly Show

August 25, 2023

August 24, 2023 Have you always wanted to know more about Utica’s Rutger Park?  Recently, Landmarks Officer/Vice President of Education & Newsletter Editor, Mike Bosak, sat down with WUTR’s Joe Kelly to share some updates on the Landmarks Society of Greater Utica and to provide an overview of Rutger Park with special focus on #3.…

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Landmarks New Website Goes Live!

August 24, 2023

A Message from Landmarks Board President, Steve Grant:   Greetings!  Welcome to our newly developed Landmarks Society of Greater Utica website.  We’ve taken some time to step back and methodically redevelop a new site via Landmarks Trustee, Mark Harf, with our partners at MPW Marketing in Clinton, New York, along with select contributions from local photographers,…

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