in Old Erie Canal State Historic Park, one of a kind historic dry docks, museum, science and activity center at Chittenango Landing. Built 1855; craftsmen built & repaired Canal Boats. Today Erie Canal Trail is still active; rent Bikes & Kayaks, trails open for hiking, biking, horseback riding, canoeing or kayaking, snowmobiling and skiing. Hands on Museum & unique Gift Shop. COME SEE US !!!
View the Upcoming Events to see what is happening right now at the museum! You don't want to miss out on any of the fun activities we have planned for you!
Check out the history of the Erie Canal and the Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum. From the canals, to the boats, to the people who started it all!
Spring at Chittenango Landing:
Spring is here and we are new! and here for YOU. NEW exhibits, a new look, and new programs. Yes, we have routine hours of operation, below, however, we are piloting additional hours and availability based on your needs and interests. We are open on weekends and after hours for programs, based on the weather, and on request (call for access for your group large or small), so check for availability and call us with your needs and interests.
Visitor Center and Historic site open daily 10 am - 4 pm
Guided tours available by request
Grounds open: Dry docks and walk-on canal boat
Walk the nature trail
Visit the towpath Canalway trail
Check our calendar for programs
Activities and Programs TBA
Watch for additional hours of operation M-F and Weekends!
Whether the gift is large or small, every bit helps support and grow our education programs!