Erie Canal Museum, Syracuse

About Erie Canal Museum, Syracuse

Erie Canal Museum, Syracuse - Address, Phone Number

Address: 318 Erie Blvd E, Syracuse, NY 13202, United States

Phone: +1-3154710593

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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The Erie Canal Museum aims at the preservation of the only existing weighlock building in whole of United States. The museum has been collecting and preserving Canal material over the years. They even work on educating visitors and making them aware of the history of Erie Canal and how the Canal has had long-lasting effects, spanning over the past, as well as, in the future. The exhibits are all rich in knowledge and information for every kind of visitor, along with publications and interactive tools for children to get a better understanding. Indeed, a unique experience for every one!

Erie Canal Museum Ticket Prices

  • Admission to the Museum is by Donation. A 5 USD suggested donation is greatly appreciated.

How To reach Erie Canal Museum by Public Transport

  • Greyhound Transit Line

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  • It's a cool place to go to learn about the history of the Erie Canal. They even have a little boat you can go on to see how it was back in the day. And best of all it's FREE!!!

  • This is a great museum. Great displays, some interactive. A canal boat to be boarded. A fun way to learn about the canal that helped make New York the empire state.

  • Very informative and well presented. An hour well spent.

  • Dig the canal so we have water again! I found the staff to be lovely. I really thought it was going to be one of those dreary museums run by those painless history people. But au contraire. I'm looking forward to the big Wednesday night next week.

  • Great museum that kept the kids attention. Can do in an hour maybe 2 hours if you read everything.

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