Ginger Bread Contest and Workshops 2012
“The Seneca Museum at 89 Fall Street in Seneca Falls is again offering two, free workshops for children to decorate their supplied gingerbread houses. Houses and decorations supplied. Workshops will be held November 17th and December 1st from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Please call for reservation as space is limited.
If you choose to make your own gingerbread house, we provide basic house plans and the gingerbread recipe.
The Seneca Museum celebrates historic Seneca Falls, Seneca
County, and the Finger Lakes region of central New York State.
The Museum illustrates how the Seneca River and the
Cayuga-Seneca Canal powered the rise of industry and fostered
cultural development, helping to spread social reform movements.
Bounded east and west by the two largest of the Finger Lakes,
Seneca County's people live harmoniously with the County's
greatest natural beauty. The County is home to Montezuma
National Wildlife Refuge, two dozen estate wineries, and
numerous Amish and Mennonite farms. Joseph Smith's revelations
began the Church of Latter Day Saints here, and the first
Women's Rights Convention was held in Seneca Falls in 1848.
The Museum's south entrance is on the award-winning Canal
harbor. Many of our visitors, arriving by boat, explore hands-on
and interactive displays, intriguing exhibits and artifacts, the
play-learning children's center. The Museum's primary purpose is
to delight and inform, to lift the imagination as it strikes
sparks of discovery.
Seneca Falls Visitor Center
Seneca Museum of Waterways & Industry
New York State Heritage Area
89 Fall Street – Seneca Falls, New York 13148
Town of Seneca Falls Boater’s Amenities (canal level)
Summer Hours: Monday through Saturday 10 - 4,
Sunday 12 - 4
Winter Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10 - 4, January through March
Free Admission - Nominal Fee for Guided Tours
We welcome school, bus and group tours. Give us a call.
are now accepting volunteers and interested people of any age to
contribute their talents in our docent program. Please contact
the Museum for more information.