states - or countries - can offer the diversity of locations you'll
find in New York State.
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Home to many of the most creative minds in filmmaking, New
York has nearly 100 sound stages as well as the
most famous urban landscape in the world.
Nassau County, just minutes east
of New York and the state's second-busiest production area,
is known for the grand mansions of its "Gold Coast"
as well as picturesque villages, beaches and parks.
County boasts stunning oceanfront vistas, the mansions
of the Hamptons, agricultural landscapes, all-American suburbs
and blue-collar communities.
In the Buffalo-Niagara area,
you'll find everything from world-renowned Niagara Falls to
gritty urban neighborhoods and the spectacular art deco skyscrapers
of Buffalo itself.
Chautauqua-Allegheny region promises
charming small towns, verdant Amish farmland and the Victorian
features distinctive neighborhoods, a stately city hall and
dozens of parks just 10 miles north of midtown Manhattan.
County has mansions and estates, vineyards and
miles of Hudson River shoreline just north of New York City.
Valley corridor features small towns, suburban
looks, college campuses, farms and historic buildings over
300 years old.
miles northwest of New York City, the Catskills
region has more than just spectacular lakes, valleys, mountains
and streams. You'll also find wineries, covered bridges and
of the most active production communities in the East, has
a large, experienced crew base. The nearby Finger Lakes
area boasts gorgeous waterfalls, canyons, wilderness areas
and quaint small towns.
Central-Leatherstocking region is
known for the fabled Erie Canal, Howe Caverns and the Baseball
Hall of Fame. Syracuse and Binghamton offer historic 19th-century
architecture and a mid-20th century look and feel.
Capital-Saratoga region, noted for
its Victorian, Georgian, Gothic and Greek Revival architecture,
is also home to historic neighborhoods in Troy and Saratoga.
Adirondacks is the largest wilderness
preserve outside of Alaska - more than 6 million acres, over
2,000 lakes and ponds, 30,000 miles of rivers and streams,
scenic villages, forts and historic "great camps."
Thousand Islands offers 200 miles of forested
coastline with endless islands, picturesque small towns and