Art lovers can spend a day with Picasso and Pollock, Kandinsky and O’Keefe, Mondrian and Whistler. The Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute is home to more than 25,000 works housed in the splendid, near-celestial light of Philip Johnson’s 1960 architectural masterpiece. Adjacent to the Museum of Art is Fountain Elms, a superbly restored 1850 Italianate mansion that showcases room after room of fine Victorian decorative arts and furnishings. History buffs can take in the exhibits at such sites as Fort Stanwix National Monument and the nearby Shako:wi Cultural Center. Kids will love the Children’s Museum and sports enthusiasts can take in National Distance Runner’s Hall of Fame as well as the nearby Baseball and Boxing Halls of Fame. Get a full listing of museums, halls, and historic sites in Oneida County.
The Boonville Black River Canal Museum is located in Boonville at the junction of Main Street and State Route 12 on the banks of the original canal. The museum preserves, houses and displays artifacts from the canal era.
Located in an historic building in Bagg’s Square, our 4 floors of interactive exhibits provide an enjoyable educational experience for kids from 1 to 101.
Monday & Thursday 9:45am to 12:45pm
Saturday 9:15am to 1:15pm
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.
Museum of Art, Performing Arts, School of Art, Gift Gallery and Museum-admission free. The art collection features more than 25,000 American 20th and 21th-century paintings, drawings, sculptures, 19th-century decorative arts, photographs, European paintings, and European and Asian works on paper.