The Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry has some interesting exhibits of tools and machinery, especially on the lower level.
It is a place to learn about the New York State Canal System. Seneca Falls Locks CS2 and CS3, a waterways place on the Cayuga-Seneca Canal which is near the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House at 32 Washington Street. This is a double lock. The lift of each lock is 24.5 feet. That’s a total of 49 feet.
The Seneca Falls Visitor Center is also here. It has some good tourist info and a gift shop.
If you go down Water Street and get out behind the Seneca Falls Visitor Center, you’ll see more of the Cayuga-Seneca Canal. Across the canal is an old boarded-up building. It is the Seneca Knitting Mill. It is the future home of the National Women's Hall of Fame which is presently at 76 Fall Street. Make that another stop on your itinerary.
And, of course, don’t miss the Women’s Rights National Historical Park at 136 Fall Street. See my review of that attraction.
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