Well worth at least a couple of hours, the Johnson Museum of Art has a wonderful collection, from the prehistoric to the present-day. It's hard to choose between looking at the art inside, and looking at the 360 degree views including the Cornell campus and the landscape downhill to the lake.
One floor has an outdoor terrace, with modern art and those great views.
Don't miss the current exhibit of pop-art type paintings by Roger Shimomura, of his childhood years in an Idaho "relocation center" (internment camp) for Japanese.
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