Mycenae, New York
Mycenae in 2009
Location within the state of New York
|Coordinates: 43°2′56″N 75°55′50″W / 43.04889°N 75.93056°WCoordinates: 43°2′56″N 75°55′50″W / 43.04889°N 75.93056°W|
|Time zone||Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)|
|• Summer (DST)||EDT (UTC-4)|
Mycenae is a hamlet in the Town of Manlius, within Onondaga County, USA. It lies at the meeting point of New York Route 5 and Route 290. Mycenae is located at 43°02'56" North, 75°55'50" West. Presumably the hamlet was named after the ancient Greek city of Mycenae.
The area is the site of some small farms, as well as the Aspinall Tree Nursery. Some local homes are large, while others are more modest. The Greek Revival style Mycenae Schoolhouse, built 1850, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
Local mail is handled at ZIP code 13066 in the nearby Village of Fayetteville.
New York State Route 5 passes through the hamlet.