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16 East Avenue, Spencerport, NY 14559

ABOUT THE MUSEUM

The Spencerport Depot and Canal Museum is a History Museum, Visitors Center and Education Hub.

 

It houses exhibits on the Erie Canal, Transportation, Communication and Local History.

 

It also provides visitors services to boaters, cyclists and other visitors.

OUR SERVICES
  • Local History Museum

  • Education Hub

  • Visitor Information Center

  • Boater's Facility

  • Cyclists Stop

  • Gift Shop

MAILING ADDRESS

PO Box 73, Spencerport, NY 14559

PHYSICAL ADDRESS

16 East Avenue, Spencerport, NY 14559

OPENING HOURS - OCTOBER

Our October opening hours are:

 

Wednesday to Friday: 10:00am to 3:30pm

Saturday: 10am to 4pm

Sunday - Tuesday: CLOSED

Closed November to April

© 2018-19 by Spencerport Depot and Canal Museum

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In the Media

Interviews with the crew of the Corning Museum of Glass' GlassBarge and the crew of the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum's Lois McClure

Our Museum Director, Simon Devenish undertook six interviews on August 22nd, 2018 when the GlassBarge and Lois McClure were open to the public in Spencerport.

Interview 1

Rob Cassetti, Senior Director of Creative Strategy and Visitor Engagement at the Corning Museum of Glass

Interview 3

Barbara Bartley, Docent at the Lois McClure Schooner.

Interview 2

Annie Cohn, Interpreter and crew member of the Lois McClure Schooner.

Interview 4

Claire Madigan, Intern at the Corning Museum of Glass

200 Years on the Erie Canal

In 2017, CBS News spent some time in Upstate New York, filming a story about the Erie Canal. It featured on the CBS Sunday Morning program on the 9th July.

Part of that story was filmed on the docks right outside the Museum.  You can watch it below!

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Lois McClure Docks at Spencerport - Fox News

Watch our Director, Simon Devenish, crew from the Lois McClure and Spencerport Mayor, Gary Penders talk to Ashley from Fox Rochester about the Lois McClure and Spencerport Depot and Canal Museum.  Filmed August 7th, 2017.

The videos can be viewed here.