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 these areas include:
Art Museums, Galleries, Theatre, Arts & Crafts
Erie Canalway Heritage
Native American Culture
Heritage Museums, Sites, Markers, Freethought Trail & Religious Revitalization
Underground Railroad, Abolition & Religious Movements
Women's Rights & Heritage
Agriculture - Food & Farms
Tourism Related Venues

OUR NEXT MEMBER MEETING
The next meeting of the Network will be early next year. Exact dates will be forthcoming soon.


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Route 20 Association of New York State
What we know as U. S. Route 20 began as Native American trails in the early years. During our nation's first century, these trails were transformed with the construction of several turnpikes to handle the burgeoning westward traffic by horse and wagon. The most famous of the turnpikes connected Albany to Cherry Valley and later was extended to Cazenovia and the Syracuse area. This roadway became known as the Cherry Valley Turnpike. In the 1860s, the Cherry Valley Turnpike became the property of New York State and in 1926, was designated as U.S. Route 20, the longest road in the country, running coast to coast a distance of 3,365 miles. ...visit us for more.
Route 20 Association of New York State
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