New York Cultural Heritage Tourism Network
Welcome ...we focus on adding some history to your vacations!

New York offers a wide range of historical interest, some of the areas include:
• Art Museums, Galleries, Theatre, Arts & Crafts
• Erie Canalway
• Native Americans
• Heritage Museums, Sites, Markers, Freethought Trail & Religious Revitalization
• Underground Railroad - African American Heritage
• Women's Rights
• Agriculture including wineries
• Miscellaneous Tourism Industry

Our next member meeting will be Wednesday, September 10 - 10:30 - 1:00 pm at the Ramada Syracuse. Committees have been meeting all summer and will be prepared to report out on their progress based on our four goal strategic work plan. Please bring your work plan with you. See you all on September 10.

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Freethought Trail
During the 19th century, west-central New York was what southern California would become in the 20th: the nation’s laboratory for social experimentation. Credit the Erie Canal. Opened in 1825, the Canal flooded the area between Rochester and Syracuse with newcomers, some seeking prosperity, others pursuing a religious or social ideal. Called the Burned-over District for its religious ferment, the region also hosted secular radicalisms. The Freethought Trail celebrates this forgotten history. ...visit us for more.
Freethought Trail
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