About D&H Canal Museum

The D&H Canal Historical Society maintains a Canal Museum and Five Locks Walk trail to preserve canal-era artifacts and document the canal's creation, operation and importance as an engine of economic development in the region and beyond. Museum open weekends May-October from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Children 12 and under $3, adults $5.

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Phone: (845) 687-2000
Email: info@canalmuseum.org

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