Website photo credits: Eileen Camasso, Denny Dillon, John Motzer, Patti Motzer; historical photos from the collection of the D&H Canal Historical Society. Website design: Sally Schultz.
On December 1st 2015 the Canal Society purchased the historic Depuy Canal House with a grant from Open Space Institute and NYS Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation as the new home for our Museum.
We purchased this historic building for the whole community- we want your ideas on how we can make our Museum a compelling destination for all, locals as well as visitors to the region. E-mail us at "firstname.lastname@example.org" with any ideas or comments!
The D&H Canal Historical Society was established in 1966 to preserve, protect and perpetuate the unique history of the Delaware & Hudson Canal, particularly in Ulster County.
As part of fulfilling its mission, the Society operates a museum and maintains the Five Locks Walk, a National Historic Landmark.