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Toronto, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Rochester, and other points Northwest: I-90E to Exit 46 (at Rochester) to I-390S to I-86E (NY-17E) to Exit 46. Turn right at end of ramp. Follow signs to Downtown Corning.

Ohio, Erie, Jamestown, Olean, and other points West: Take I-86E (NY-17E) to Exit 46. Turn right at end of ramp. Follow signs to Downtown Corning.

Harrisburg, PA, Williamsport, and other points South: Take US-15N to I-86E (NY-17E) to Exit 46. Turn right at end of ramp. Follow signs to Downtown
Corning.

Greater Washington, D.C. area: Take 270N to US-15N to I-86E (NY-17E) to Exit 46. Follow signs to Downtown Corning.

Cooperstown: Take NY-28S to I-88W to Binghamton to I-86W (NY-17W) to exit 46. Turn left at end of ramp. Follow signs to Downtown Corning.

Binghamton and other points Southeast: Take I-86W (NY-17W) to Exit 46. Turn left at end of ramp. Follow signs to Downtown Corning.

Springfield, MA, Albany, Oneonta, and other points East: Take I-88W to I-86W (NY-17W) to Exit 46. Turn left at end of ramp. Follow signs to Downtown Corning.

Utica and other points East (scenic route): Take I-90W to I-81S to NY-13S to I-86W (NY-17W) to Exit 46. Turn left at end of ramp. Follow signs to Downtown Corning.

Greater Long Island area and New York City: Take the George Washington Bridge to I-80W to I-380W to I-81N to I-86W (NY-17W). Turn left at end of ramp. Follow signs to Downtown Corning.

Greater Long Island area and New York City: From the Tapan Zee Bridge, take I-287W (I-87N) At exit 16 (Harriman), turn right onto NY-17W (I-86W). Stay on NY-17W (I-86W) to Exit 46. Turn left at end of exit ramp. Follow signs to Downtown Corning.

Oswego, Syracuse, Auburn, and other points Northeast (scenic route): Take I-90W to Exit 42. Take NY-14S to Watkins Glen. Take NY-414S to Corning. Follow signs to Downtown Corning.

TRAVELING BY AIR?

Corning is conveniently located less than 10 miles from the Elmira-Corning Regional Airport.

Other regional facilities include the Greater Binghamton Airport and the Greater Rochester International Airport.

Registration for the 34th Annual Wineglass Weekend is now open! We hope you decide to join us October 2-4, 2015, in New York’s beautiful Finger Lakes Wine Country. Once again, we'll welcome a record field of almost 6,000 runners to our flat, fast and scenic course from Bath to Corning, with its picturesque finish on Historic Market Street. The Corning Museum of Glass will host the Wineglass Expo for the second year, where you’ll see an expanded array of vendors and our world class museum.  Named one of the country’s top destination marathons, and the 10th Best Marathon in the World courtesy of The Active Times, the 34th Annual Wineglass Marathon should be an anticipated event on every runner's calendar.  The wildly popular Wineglass Half Marathon, in its fifth year, will go off at 7:45AM on Sunday the 4th.  Named a “must-do” half marathon, this very popular distance fills to capacity before the full marathon and is once again sponsored by Seneca Lake Wine Trail. We love that so many runners make the Wineglass Half their first-ever half marathon. We want everyone to take part in the weekend, so competitive and noncompetitive runners alike are invited to join us for the Wineglass 5K at 8:30AM on Saturday, October 3.  It’s a fun and easy warm up, and we hope to see you all there! REGISTRATION FOR THE 2015 WINEGLASS WEEKEND IS OPEN!