Take a Trip Back To America’s Age of Canals
Easton’s Hugh Moore Park is a picturesque extension of the City of Easton where America’s golden age of canals is on full display. With more than two miles of restored Lehigh Canal, a canal boat attraction unlike any other in Pennsylvania and the rest of the Northeast, and one of the country’s largest canal heritage museums, the 520-acre park nestled between the Lehigh Canal and Lehigh River is a throwback to the years when mules pulling canal boats on narrow towpaths was a common sight in much of the United States east of the Mississippi River.
The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor interprets this fascinating period of American history in the park through tours of the National Canal Museum and rides on the 110-passenger Josiah White II canal boat (June-October). Explore our fun, hands-on exhibits highlighting 19th century canal life and technology. Don’t miss our special exhibitions: What the Rivers Saw: Mapping 200 Years of the D&L Corridor’s Living Landscape (June 1-December 29, 2019) and Frank Wyso: Colors in Bloom (through July 28, 2019).
June 12 – September 29 ( Wednesday – Sunday)
October 5 – October 27 (Weekends only)
November 2 – December 29 Museum Only
(no canal boat) – 11:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Canal Boat runs 12, 1, 2 & 3 pm (when museum is open)
New improvements to Hugh Moore Park have made it a destination that families do not want to miss! A new playground, bike skills course, dog park and multi-use path await you!
Take time to explore the information on this website and get directions before you visit.