History Happy Hour Week 8 with Donna Colton

History Happy Hour Week 8 with Donna Colton

Celebrate downtown Syracuse on Week 8 of History Happy Hours at the Erie Canal Museum, when we host live music by  Donna Colton and extend our open hours until 7 p.m. All History Happy Hours happen rain or shine on select Wednesdays from 4:30 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. in either the outdoor Locktender’s Garden or the Museum’s second Read More »
Zeke Leonard

History Happy Hour with Zeke Leonard

Swing by the Erie Canal Museum in downtown Syracuse and enjoy live music on unique, hand-made instruments by the very talented Zeke Leonard during Week 7 of our 2019 HISTORY HAPPY HOUR series! All events happen rain or shine on select Wednesdays from 4:30 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. in either the outdoor Locktender’s Garden or the Museum’s second floor stage. The unique Weighlock Read More »
Tuesdays on the Towpath Interpreted Bike Ride

Tuesdays on the Towpath Interpreted Bike Ride

Tuesdays on the Towpath, a free recreational bike ride organized by the Erie Canal Museum, has been rescheduled to Tuesday, August 20 due to rainy weather on July 16! This ride takes participants along the route of the Erie Canal in Syracuse, New York. Riders will learn about the 19th century Canal in downtown Syracuse, and Read More »
Steve Scuteri

History Happy Hour with Steve Scuteri

Swing by the Erie Canal Museum in downtown Syracuse and enjoy live music by Steve Scuteri during Week 6 of our 2019 HISTORY HAPPY HOUR series! All events happen rain or shine on select Wednesdays from 4:30 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. in either the outdoor Locktender’s Garden or the Museum’s second floor stage. The unique Weighlock Building, part of the Museum, is Read More »
Water/Ways Wednesday at the Weighlock with Don Meixner

Water/Ways Wednesday at the Weighlock with Don Meixner

During this free program in the Weighlock Gallery of the Erie Canal Museum, musician and Erie Canal expert Don Meixner will perform songs that traveled the Erie Canal and points west with the diggers and other workers who immigrated from many different countries. He will talk about the origins of some of these songs, and discuss how Read More »
Middle Eastern Waters, a Water/Ways Program

Middle Eastern Waters, a Water/Ways Program

Join us at the Erie Canal Museum on Monday, August 5 for a special Water/Ways program presented by folklorist Nada Odeh in cooperation with our friends at New York Folklore. It is free and open to the public. Odeh, a native of Syria, will give a presentation about the importance of water in Middle Eastern Read More »
History Happy Hour at the Erie Canal Museum

History Happy Hour at the Erie Canal Museum

Grab all your fun-loving friends and swing by the Erie Canal Museum in downtown Syracuse for our 2019 HISTORY HAPPY HOUR series in one of Syracuse’s most unique buildings. Events happen rain or shine on select Wednesdays from 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM in the Locktender's Garden or the Museum's second floor. Week 5, on Wednesday, July 31, features music Read More »
Walking Tour of Historic Downtown Syracuse

Historic Syracuse Heritage Area Tour

Join trained docents from the Erie Canal Museum for a guided walking tour of the historic Syracuse Heritage Area on Monday, July 29 at 12 p.m. The tour begins at the Museum, located at 318 Erie Boulevard East in Syracuse. It follows the route of the 19th century Erie Canal through Clinton Square in the heart of Read More »
Escape on the Erie, a Free Water/Ways Program

Escape on the Erie, a Free Water/Ways Program

During this free program at the Erie Canal Museum in downtown Syracuse, kids and adults are invited to join the crew of the Nathan Roberts canal boat as they work to solve the clues that will help their mule escape from mule rustlers on the Erie Canal. Escape on the Erie is one of the Read More »
Tuesdays on the Towpath Interpreted Bike Ride

Tuesdays on the Towpath Interpreted Bike Ride

This free recreational bike ride organized by the Erie Canal Museum takes participants along the route of the Erie Canal in Syracuse, New York. Riders will learn about the 19th century Canal in downtown Syracuse, and explore some of the city’s historic and contemporary Canal systems, including the Creekwalk, the Inner Harbor, and Onondaga Lake. The Read More »
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