Parking: If you cannot find Fall Street parking, please drive down Water Street to the municipal parking lot behind the Seneca Museum on the Canal Level. We will have our doors open and escort you to the elevator, for your convenience.
Passport to Your National Park
Seneca Museum of Waterways & Industry has been chosen to be an Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor Passport to Your National Park site/program. We were one of only sixteen cultural heritage sites chosen to participate in the program. As a participant in this program, we will be offering visitors free cancellation stamps. Bring your National Park Passport Book to the museum to record your experience and receive your “free” cancellation stamp. New Passport Books will be available for purchase by the end of June.
Millions of people participate each year in visiting hundreds of national parks and NPS affiliated areas nationwide and recording their experiences with the free cancellation stamps. Passport to Your National Parks © is coordinated by Eastern National, a National Park Service partner, in cooperation with the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor. "Collecting passport stamps will encourage people to visit multiple sites, each one telling a different part of the canal story. By linking sites along the Erie Canalway, the passport program offers visitors a more complete experience and memories to last a lifetime," explained Lori Solomon-Duell, Director of Heritage Tourism.
The Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry is looking for volunteers. We have so many interesting things to do in the museum and we can always use help. If you enjoy talking to people from all over and would be interested in giving tours to visitors June through August, come in and talk to us. We would love to have you volunteer. Volunteers will be trained by the director, as well as given material to study and use. As always, volunteers are more than welcome to come spend a few hours with us as we continue to present worthy programs to the community. Every age group is invited to partake in our many events which will teach all a bit of knowledge that possibly was not known before your visit. Enjoy! For more information, call Seneca Museum at 315-568-1510.
Scheduled events are subject to change without notice