National Canal Museum

The National Canal Museum is a history and technology museum located in Easton, Pennsylvania.

It is run by Hugh Moore Historical Park & Museum, Inc., which is also responsible for Hugh Moore Park, The Emrick Technology Center, Locktender's House Museum and the canal boat ride, Josiah White II.

The National Canal Museum resides in Hugh Moore Park, located just west of Easton.

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