Live a little history! Experience the sights and sounds of the American Revolution. Retrace the steps of an Iroquois warrior. Glimpse into a day in the life of an 1820s craftsman. Recreation, education, or just plain fun…get away to it all in historic Oneida County. Visit the Fort Stanwix National Monument, the Oriskany Battlefield, and the Steuben Memorial for a firsthand look at Colonial New York in the 18th century. Jump ahead to 1820 at the Erie Canal Village to witness the engineering marvel of its day. Visit the Oriskany Battlefield, the memorial of Baron von Steuben and the nearby Shako:wi Cultural Center. Tour Fountain Elms for a room-by-room glimpse of the Victorian era. History is here and ready for exploration in Oneida County
A reconstructed 19th century settlement on the site where the first shovel full of earth was turned for the Erie Canal and is now home to the Harden Museum, The Canal Museum and the NYS Museum of Cheese.
Discover how 800 people helped change WORLD history! This fort was important to the American victory at Saratoga in 1777.
Oriskany Battlefield State Historic Site is currently open 7 days a week from dawn to dusk; the site's parking lot is open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission to the site is free.
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Discover how the Abolitionist Movement spread throughout Oneida County during the 1830s.
75 foot tall lighthouse built in 1915.