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The Red Kettle Inn Bed and Breakfast

Located in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region

400 E 4TH Street

Watkins Glen, NY 14891

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Local Attractions and Area Info

The Watkins Glen Chamber of Commerce

Friday's on Franklin is one of the many events to enjoy while visiting Watkins Glen.  See the Chamber website for all event details!

Enjoy tastings of local products during this fun (and delicious) event series on the first Friday of every month from 5-8pm in downtown Watkins Glen, sponsored by Elmira Savings Bank. Live music rounds out the experience. Join in the fun! The cost to participate is just $10 and includes a souvenir wine glass. To participate, simply stop by the Visitor Center (214 North Franklin Street in Watkins Glen) at the start of the event to purchase an event ticket. This event takes place rain or shine. Don’t let a little rain or cold keep you away. All tastings take place inside our downtown shops and it’s important to get out and support them year-round!


We are a proud member of The Watkins Glen Chamber of Commerce

Seneca Lake Wine Trail

Founded in 1986, the Seneca Lake Wine Trail is a non-profit organization dedicated to its member wineries. The wineries of the Seneca Lake Wine Trail are real, local, industrious, and determined businesses that help sustain a beautiful and prosperous region.


Follow the link below to see 2019 events and all trail information.

Watkins Glen State Park

The Finger lakes are full of beautiful parks, waterfalls and natural beauty!  Watkins Glen State Park is a short walk from the The Red Kettle Inn.

Watkins Glen International Racetrack

Track History

Watkins Glen International was established on the streets of Watkins Glen, NY in 1948 and is North America’s premier racing facility. The Glen has a long and storied past from its Formula 1 roots to its position as New York’s home for NASCAR.

Historic Montour Falls Library

The Historic Montour Falls Library is a short drive from Watkins Glen.  The library is a favorite of The Red Kettle Inn.  It features original stain glass Tiffany windows.  The library offers special programming that includes morning and evening yoga classes.  See their calendar for a full list of events.  Visit and live like a local!

Corning Museum of Glass

Established in 1951 by Corning Glass Works (now Corning Incorporated) as a gift to the nation for the company’s 100th anniversary, The Corning Museum of Glass is a not-for-profit museum dedicated to telling the story of a single material: glass. Annually welcoming just under half a million visitors from around the world, the Museum's campus is home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of glass, the world’s foremost library on glass, and one of the top glassworking schools in the world.

Rockwell Museum

More than a museum! Displaying exquisite pieces, The Rockwell is a unique community center where people enjoy, connect, and reflect on the essence of the American spirit, character and values through the eyes of American artists.

Schuyler County Historic Society

Welcome to the Schuyler County Historical Society! We are located in Montour Falls, Schuyler County, New York, just south of Watkins Glen and Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes Region. The Society maintains three properties and is headquartered at the Brick Tavern Museum, a large brick Federal-style building built in 1828 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Brick Tavern Museum and the adjacent Wickham Rural Life Center have exhibits relating to Schuyler County’s rich history. Our collections include artifacts, books and documents concerning the county's people and events, valuable to genealogists and researchers. Museum admission is free, donations are welcome. A fee is charged non-members to use our research resources. 

Old Scrolls Book Shop

Old Scrolls Book Shop specializes in collectible first editions, used & rare out-of-print books located on the wine trail near Canandaigua, NY.

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