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Liverpool is a lakeside village in Onondaga County, New York. The village is on Onondaga Lake, northwest of Syracuse, of which it is a suburb.

Why people love


The village name was adopted from the city of Liverpool in the United Kingdom. Originally inhabited by the Iroquois, the area was subsequently visited by Canadian French Jesuits, and eventually settled by Irish canal workers. One early name for the village was “Little Ireland.” Liverpool has a long, colorful history within Central New York. Today, the Lucius Gleason House and Liverpool Cemetery are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Liverpool is home to many unique shops and destination-worthy restaurants. Visitors from far and wide come to Liverpool’s Onondaga Lake Park, one of the most prominent locales in Liverpool. The Lake Park is known for its several trams that travel the length of the park. Between the many events hosted there, its various athletic fields, a great playground, the Salt Museum, East Shore Recreation Trail, and West Shore Trail, the park attracts over one million visitors each year.

Average Home Price

$ 250,000
School District

Liverpool Central School District

Median Home Size

1,549.61 Sq Ft

*Via as of July 2022.
Time to Wegmans

8 mins / 3.2 mi.

Time to Downtown

13 mins / 6.8 mi.

Walk Score


*Score based from
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