Tour the fully restored US Brig Niagara. The ship is the tallest ship on the Great Lakes. Rebuilding the Niagara cost four million dollars and was finished in 1990. The ship visits many ports along the Great Lakes. Also provided are guided tours and day sailing programs.
The museum is supported by members and is not for profit. Featured inside the museum are over 4000 objects. The collection includes American ceramics and Japanese prints. The museum houses permanent and temporary exhibits. Group tours of the museum are available. Program and lectures are provided.
Explore Erie's maritime history at this museum open from April through December. Group tours are available by appointment.
Erie and the General Electric Company have an extensive history together and this museum's objective is to chronicle that history. Find documents, pictures, memorabilia and models of the people, products and buildings from GE's planning stage in 1906 to present day events.
Founded in 1969, this museum is dedicated to all the fire fighters that have risked or lost their lives on duty. The museum is open from May through August.
Where learning and fun go hand in hand. For children of all ages. Hours, dates, upcoming events, exhibits and membership information.
An organization that manages four museums in Erie, Pennsylvania including the Watson Curtze Mansion, the Battles Museum, the Erie Planetaruim, and the Erie County History Center. Open year round.