Things to See & Do

Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum

Chittenango Landing is a history museum located at the site of a former drydock on the Old Erie Canal. The site features an excavated three-bay drydock, a full size model canal boat, a reconstructed working blacksmith shop and sawmill, a giftshop and more. Extremely supportive of recreational uses along the trial, the museum offers bike rentals, maintains a canoe launch, and makes restrooms available to trail users during normal business hours.

All Things Oz Museum

This Genesee Street museum celebrates the life and work of L. Frank Baum, Chittenango native and author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Be aware that the museum has limited hours.

Chittenango Creek Aqueduct

Just east of the Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum, the Erie Canal passes over the Chittenango Creek via aqueduct. Listen for water rushing through the sluice gate, which moderates the water level in the Canal. 

Parks & Trails

Chittenango Creekwalk Trail

The two completed phases of this in-development trail system follow Chittenango Creek through the heart of the Village. The trail features benches, picnic tables, an arboretum walk and cantilevered deck.

Sullivan Park

This large park west of the Village downtown includes a playground, pavilions, walking trails, tennis, volleyball, boccee, and baseball. 

Community Recognition Park

This park is located on the south side of the Canal, east of Lakeport Road. Amenities include a pavilion with picnic tables, baseball diamonds, and a canoe launch. 

Food & Drink

The North Pole

Ice Cream. 


Sandwiches, salads, baked goods.

The Hamlet

Local diner.


Italian food, open for lunch and dinner.

Ten Pin

Restaurant and tavern serving lunch, dinner, and their famous broasted chicken.

B&D's Last Call

Bar and grill with a cozy atmosphere serving craft beers on tap.

La Cocina

Mexican, open for lunch and dinner.


Classic Italian, pizza and wings.