Twelve cultural and historic sites across Madison County have banded together to create the Cultural and Historic Attraction Passport Program. The goal is to encourage visitation during the summer and fall of 2012. Each time a visitor stops at one of the locations they will receive a stamp in the passport. When they are finished, they will turn in their entry forms. In December all of the entries will be combined and a winner of the I-Pad will be chosen.
The participating sites include:
The Oneida Community Mansion House
Canastota Canaltown Museum
Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum
Lorenzo State Historic Site
National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum
Catherine Cummings Theatre
Cazenovia College Art Gallery in Reisman Hall
Earlville Opera House
Madison County Historical Society
Stone Quarry Hill Art Park
Gerrit Smith National Historic Landmark
Cazenovia Public Library
You can pick up the passports at any of the participating museums, tourism information kiosks inside the Colgate Bookstore in Hamilton, the Madison County Visitor Center on Route 20 in Bouckville, Oneida Commons in Oneida, the county office building in Wampsville, outside of Cazenovia Artisans in Cazenovia and at local chamber of commerce offices in Oneida and Cazenovia.
The passport is also available online here for you to download.