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Beers, Bikes, and Barges- Onondaga Lake

Join the Erie Canal Museum for this hourlong cycling tour around Syracuse's Inner Harbor and Onondaga Lake looking at the Lake's canal history. The ride begins and ends at Meier's Creek Brewing's Inner Harbor location, where you will be treated to a beer as part of your ride. Register at: https://eriecanalmuseum.org/store/product/beers-bikes-and-barges/

Downtown Syracuse Erie Canal Walking Tour

Erie Canal Museum 318 Erie Boulevard East, Syracuse

Learn about the Erie Canal in Syracuse through this popular guided tour. Join us for a guided walking tour of historic Downtown Syracuse, exploring the same path where the famous waterway once ran. The tour begins at the entrance to the Erie Canal Museum. A trained docent leads you along the route of the 19th century […]

$10

Infrastructure Tours: Fort Plain

The Lock & Powerhouse Tours at Lock E15 in Fort Plain, NY will begin at 11 AM and 1 PM on Saturday, August 13. Look for an "Infrastructure Tour" sandwich sign at the meeting point. You can use the following address in your GPS to find the lock: 84 Otsquago Club Rd, Fort Plain NY 13339. […]

Infrastructure Tours: Fort Plain

The Lock & Powerhouse Tours at Lock E15 in Fort Plain, NY will begin at 11 AM and 1 PM on Saturday, August 13. Look for an "Infrastructure Tour" sandwich sign at the meeting point. You can use the following address in your GPS to find the lock: 84 Otsquago Club Rd, Fort Plain NY 13339. […]

History Happy Hour- Erie Canal Museum

Grab all your fun-loving friends and get ready for the Erie Canal Museum’s 2022 HISTORY HAPPY HOUR series, bringing history to you at some of your favorite local Syracuse businesses. The History Happy Hours series continues on August 17th at the Erie Canal Museum, bringing back everyone' favorite History Happy Hour tradition of drinks in […]

Bike Repairs Station Workshops- Bring Your Own Bike

Erie Canal Museum 318 Erie Blvd E, Syracuse

Mello-Velo Bike Shop & Café in front of the Erie Canal Museum's entrance with your bike to see if it is repairable on the Museum's new repair station. Learn from the experts how to make a simple fix on your bike with these publicly available amenities. These workshops are totally free and open to the […]