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
The next meeting of the Network will be Wednesday, November 5th - 10:30 - 1:00 pm in Syracuse. Committees have been hard at work since the September meeting and will be prepared to report out on their final recommendations for the 2015 strategic work plan. Be sure to bring your work plan with you. See you all on November 5th.


...find family travel events
Corning Museum of Glass
At the Corning Museum of Glass, visitors of all ages can experience live glassmaking demos, explore 35 centuries of glass art and history, and even make their own glass! Experience the amazing properties of glass. See live, narrated hot glassmaking demonstrations all day, every day at the Hot Glass Show. Watch flameworkers turn simple glass rods into delicate figurines at the torch at Flameworking Demos, and at Glassbreaking Demos, see how different types of glass shatter. All shows and demos are included in the price of admission. Explore more than 35 centuries of glass art,history, and science. Discover pieces from ancient Egypt, see delicate Venetian glass, and study breathtaking contemporary pieces. Get hands-on with glass in the Innovation Center with interactive exhibits that tell the story of the science and technology of lass. Find a glass treasure for your home in the 18,000 square-foot GlassMarket, where you can purchase pieces from around the world. Make your Own Glass souvenir to take home. From hot glassworking to flameworking, to fusing, to sandblasting - you and your family can do just about anything with glass, with the help of our experienced glassworkers. Make Your Own Glass projects exist for all ages and no experience is necessary. Want a more in-depth experience? The Studio offers courses in a variety of glassmaking techniques for students of every skill level. ...visit us for more.
Corning Museum of Glass
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