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Come explore over 55 hands-on exhibits in a "please touch" environment that teaches children and adults the natural sciences, social studies, arts, and life experiences. A balance b...
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Maritime museum and home port of US Brig Niagara. Admission prices are higher when it is port, but it is the highlight, so call ahead.
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According to a legend passed down by the Erie Indians, Manitou, the Great Spirit, led the tribe to the shores of an inland sea where they would find game in abundance and enjoy the cool...
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Formed March 12, 1800 from Allegheny County. Named for Lake Erie, which took its own name from the Erie Indians. Erie, the county seat, was laid out 1795; made a city in 1851. Ships...
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Housed in a beautiful 1839 Greek Revival building located in downtown Erie, Pennsylvania, this member-supported non-profit organization offers year-round programming which includes ...
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Serves meat, veg options available. Coffeehouse, cafe, and gallery. Menu includes a vegetarian section. Lots of coffee and tea drinks, and sweets. free wi-fiOpen Sun-Mon 7-7, Tue-Thur...
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Erected as a residence for the cashier of a branch of the U.S. Bank of Pennsylvania, which occupied the adjacent building. Completed 1839.
Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. He was born in New York. He entered the Union Navy at New York, New York. He served as a Boatswain's Mate. His citation reads "On b...
At 236 E. 11th Street. Founded 1874, this is Erie's oldest African-American congregation. Five of its first six members were women. Originally at 3rd & German Streets, this church has lon...
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