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If you really want to get a feel for the history, and present, transportation history, take a few minutes to stop by here, get out of the car, stretch your legs, walk the dog, and take some pictures from all sorts of angles of these...More
One can walk the catwalk at the upper lock. Form there one has a great view of the upper lock, the lower lock, and the dam. This is an impressive drop. It is the only one of two double lock on the New York canal...More
We were SO fortunate to visit Seneca Falls on a weekend at a time when several boats were passing through the locks in both directions.
We were also fortunate to have chosen to see the locks in Seneca Falls since this is a unique DOUBLE...More
Leonardo Da Vinci is credited with inventing the lock systems in Italy. This modern adaptation of those locks is an engineering marvel to many. If you enjoy the water and want to understand how lock systems work this is a nice attraction. We had a...More
My husband and I enjoyed seeing the locks and dam at the canal. It’s an engineering feat that’s neat to see if you’re in the area. I would not make a special trip to see it. We did not do the walk along the canal.
After doing a loop around town on both bridges we saw the trail for the sculpture park. This is a pleasant easy 15 minute walk to see nice sculptures. Seneca Falls is a very nice place to visit and this was a nice walk after...More
We came during a weekend fair, which wasn't mush to write home about. However, the canal is interesting and historical. There's an old mill that I assume was once the big employer in town, and then there's canal rides. It's always fun to learn the...More
I have been wanting to see the Erie Canal for sometime so when I heard that their were locks in Seneca Falls that tied into the Erie Canal system, we added it to our must see while in Seneca Falls. We were actually visiting the...More
Stopped in for a quick look at a lock on the canal and ended up staying for several hours. The locks are beautifully kept and the workers take great pride in their work. I would suggest bring a picnic so you are rushed while waiting...More
I routinely bike these trails. Be sure and see a map of where the trails actually begin and end because a significant part puts you on highways between the parts next to the canal. Great biking and hiking, right up to the many locks which...More