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  FOLLOW THE PATH THROUGH HISTORY

 

cultural heritage - reenactment

Experience a historical re-enactment in Oswego, see how glass revolutionized the world, or explore the world-famous Erie Canal. Whether your interest is technology, commerce, politics or war history, lighthouses or shipwrecks, the Eastern Shores will engage and captivate you !
 

  > Scheduled reenactments at Fort Ontario occur throughout the summer season 


The area East of Lake Ontario contains some of our Nation's finest Historic treasures and Museums. Many strategic military battles were fought here over the centuries, and important cultural refinements achieved.

 

FEATURED CULTURAL HERITAGE ATTRACTIONS

 

 
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Erie Canal Museum
Central Erie Canal
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The world’s leading interpreter of Erie Canal history, the Erie Canal Museum is housed in the National Register 1850 Syracuse Weighlock Building...
Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology (The MOST)
Central Erie Canal
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Syracuse's MOST is an exciting, hands-on science museum and planetarium and home to the only domed IMAX in Upstate New York.
Corning Museum of Glass
Finger Lakes
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The Corning Museum of Glass offers live glass demonstrations and displays more than 3,500 years of glass art history in its Glass Collection Gallery.
Antique Boat Museum
Thousand Islands - Seaway
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The museum’s galleries overflow with more than 300 unique and beautifully-preserved boats and thousands of recreational boating artifacts.
Fort Ontario
Thousand Islands - Seaway
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Oswego's Fort Ontario is the only fort in the United States that has seen service in all military conflicts beginning with the French and Indian War of 1754-63.
Adirondack Scenic Railroad
Western Adirondacks
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Hop aboard the Adirondack Scenic Railroad at Thendara Station and enjoy a 1-1/2 hour nature excursion guaranteed to reawaken all of your senses.
Seward House Historic Museum
Finger Lakes
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Built in 1816, The Seward House Historic Museum is filled with original furnishings, artwork and personal belongings of the Seward family.
Erie Canal Museum
Central Erie Canal
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The world’s leading interpreter of Erie Canal history, the Erie Canal Museum is housed in the National Register 1850 Syracuse Weighlock Building...
Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology (The MOST)
Central Erie Canal
Map-It
Syracuse's MOST is an exciting, hands-on science museum and planetarium and home to the only domed IMAX in Upstate New York.
Corning Museum of Glass
Finger Lakes
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The Corning Museum of Glass offers live glass demonstrations and displays more than 3,500 years of glass art history in its Glass Collection Gallery.
Antique Boat Museum
Thousand Islands - Seaway
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The museum’s galleries overflow with more than 300 unique and beautifully-preserved boats and thousands of recreational boating artifacts.
Fort Ontario
Thousand Islands - Seaway
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Oswego's Fort Ontario is the only fort in the United States that has seen service in all military conflicts beginning with the French and Indian War of 1754-63.
Adirondack Scenic Railroad
Western Adirondacks
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Hop aboard the Adirondack Scenic Railroad at Thendara Station and enjoy a 1-1/2 hour nature excursion guaranteed to reawaken all of your senses.
Seward House Historic Museum
Finger Lakes
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Built in 1816, The Seward House Historic Museum is filled with original furnishings, artwork and personal belongings of the Seward family.

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