With a rich colonial history attached to it, Oswego tourism is burgeoning with rise in the number of history buffs. Once a celebrated British trading post, the Fort Oswego was then referred to as the “Fort of the Six Nations”. This fort was also used as a “safe haven” in terms of providing emergency refuge to victims of wars. Flashback tot today, Oswego is a town drenched in heritage, that is beautifully depicted in its attractions like Fort Ontario State Historic Site, Safe Haven Museum, H. Lee White Marine Museum, and the Richardson-Bates House Museum. Foodies have got to visit the Ontario Orchards for a one of its kind experience and awesome baked goodies, fresh garden produces and much more. The Breitbeck Park, Oswego Speedway and the Oswego railroad museum are worth a visit too. You can even take fishing charters’ tours here.
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