Tours and Landmarks
From Historic Landmarks tours to the Erie Canal Cruises, you can glimpse into an intricate process or the distant past in Oneida County. The Saranac Brewery Tour has a lot to offer including a birds eye view of the brewing and bottling process with a cold soft dink or draft in the tavern at the finish. Fountain Elms and the Stanley Performing Arts Center are among the many fine historic building and sites you can tour in Oneida County.
Open May to early December
A calm relaxing 90 minute cruise. Includes an historic narration plus traveling though a lock. Voted a “Must See Destination” in 2010 by Rand McNally and rated #1 by Trip Advisor.
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.
2-hour factory tour every Wednesday at 10:00 am.
Cruising. It’s what we do! Sightseeing, kids’ cruises, heritage cruises, fireworks, operating mailboat cruise... and there’s an elegant and sumptuous Sunday Brunch Cruise waiting just for you.
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.