|The History Center of Niagara is a three-site campus of historic buildings, artifacts and interactive exhibits that relates the history of Niagara County, Lockport and the Erie Canal. The Niagara County Historical Society is a five-building museum complex including the Outwater House (1863), the Washington Hunt Law Office (1835), the Kandt House (1880), the Pioneer/Transportation Building (1900) and the Yates Barn. Also includes the “Outwater Emporium” Gift Shop. The Erie Canal Discovery Center was opened and is an interactive, multi-media facility devoted to the history of the Erie Canal, and particularly devoted to the building of the “Flight of Five”. The Col. William Bond/Jesse Hawley House was built as the first brick home in Lockport for Col. William Bond. This house was once owned by Jesse Hawley whose early writings inspired Dewitt Clinton to build the Erie Canal. Fully furnished featuring reflecting the years c. 1820 – c. 1900.
|215 Niagara Street, Lockport, NY 14094
||ECDC: Daily 9:00am – 5:00pm History Center: Monday – Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
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