Historic Ithaca’s
2018 Walk & Talks

Walk and Talks poster photoLast year’s Walk & Talk program, as part of 2017′s Tompkins County bicentennial celebration, was so well received, we decided to continue the series of historic architecture tours.

This summer, stroll and explore selected landmarks in Tompkins County with our local municipal historians! This program will take place on Saturdays and last for about an hour.

All Walk & Talks begin at 11:00 a.m.

To RSVP for a tour, please email Christine at christine@historicithaca.org


Find us at the following dates and locations!


July 14 | Danby Community Church, Danby, New York. Learn more about the architecture and history of Danby’s first church, completed ca. 1819-1820.
Meet at 1859 Danby Road in Danby.

July 21 | Rogues’ Harbor Inn, Lansing, New York with Town of Lansing Historian Louise Bement.
Meet at 2079 East Shore Drive in Lansing.

July 28 | Affordable Housing in Trumansburg–1867, Trumansburg, New York with Town of Ulysses Historian John Wertis and historic preservationist Katelin Olson.
Meet at Ulysses Town Hall, 10 Elm Street, Trumansburg. Park in parking lot behind Town Hall or in Village municipal parking lot across the street.

August 4 | Archaeology and the Buried Hamlet of Enfield Falls with Cornell University archaeologist Sherene Baugher, Robert H. Treman State Park. Meet at Enfield Falls Mill at Robert H. Treman State Park Upper Entrance, 129 Upper Park Rd., Newfield, NY. If you don’t have an Empire Pass, please email pat@historicithaca.org by Friday, August 2, to obtain a parking coupon to get into the park for free.

August 11 | Freeville on the Move: Mill Dam to Rail Junction, with Freeville Village Historian Kristen Olson. Freeville, NY. Meet at the parking lot at the rear of the Freeville United Methodist Church, 37 Main Street, Freeville, NY. In case of rain, gather under the pavilion at the adjoining Freeville Elementary School.

Download the Walk and Talk events poster by clicking Historic Ithaca – Walk and Talk Poster 2018.



Sponsored by:

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Tompkins Trust Company

This project was made possible in part by a grant from the Tompkins County Tourism Program.


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