Plan Your Visit
Part of the mission of the Route 20 Association is to work to protect, preserve, interpret and promote the assets of the 108 miles of the Route 20 Scenic Byway and within the 6,500 square miles of the Scenic Byway Corridor. With open land, historic communities, unique architecture and beautiful views bring such significant assets, our work is centered on increasing the awareness and sustainability of the wonderful communities and unique businesses throughout one of the most scenic areas and along one of the most historic drives in New York State. We are thankful for the support of our members and particularly grateful to the many businesses that sponsor our efforts. We encourage you to support our members and sponsors in every way you can.
- Sports & Recreation (12)
- Culture & Entertainment (15)
- Educational (13)
- Outdoors (16)
- Family Fun (15)
- Railroads (2)
- Heritage & History (30)
- Museums (25)
August 13-19, 2018. The 47th year of the greatest and largest in New York State and right on the route 20 Scenic Byway in Madison-Bouckville, NY. Over 2,000 dealers and vendors plus food, fun and local antique shops. Route 20 Between Madison & Bouckville on Route 20.
June 1-3, 2018 is a great weekend antique show right on Route 20 in Bouckville. Always FREE admission. Multiple dealers. Local antique shops open. Right on Route 20.
Built in 1909, hosts genealogical information, collections of fine art and sculpture, Civil War artifacts, Erie Canal and Palatine German history, & more.
Michael’s Makes It Memorable
Located on the Route 20 Scenic Byway right at the junction of Route 20 and 12 in Sangerfield. “Michael’s Makes It Memorable” in this chef owned and operated contemporary setting. Enjoy a true dining experience combining a beautiful setting, delicious and savory dishes, well-chosen wines and an attentive expert staff.
Nestled at the corner of New York State Routes 145 and 30, Middleburgh is the quaint home to many historic places of interest, local attractions, specialty shops and restaurants. Also hiking, hunting, fishing, kayaking are among the many activities for outdoor enthusiasts. Visit us and experience history!
A full service pizzeria and chophouse. Located next to the world famous Herkimer Diamond Mines and award winning KOA Campground. Open April-January 1, daily from 5:00pm-9:00pm. Call for reservations. 4579 State Route 28 North, Herkimer 315-891-DINE
Mohawk was originally settled by Palatine Germans after 1722. In 1725, the Queen of England and Governor Burnet granted Mohawk to the Palatine Germans in what was known as the Burnetsfield Patent. George Washington was known to stop in Mohawk to have lunch at the Shoemaker Tavern on his way to and from Fort Stanwix in Rome, NY. Mohawk became known as Bennetts Corners after a hotel stand that was located here in 1826. In 1838, the village officially became known as Mohawk.
The RVC in downtown Canajoharie is close to the Barge Canal, Erie Canal way bike trail and I-90. Volunteer-driven and handicapped accessible, it offers tourist information about Montgomery County area attractions and accommodations, maps, travel apps, and free wifi.
Montgomery County offers extensive and valuable collections of natural and cultural history via our museums and scenery. Discover a historical timeline spanning hundreds of years from Native American culture to the Revolutionary War to the Erie Canal.
Incorporated in 1848, Morrisville is home to Madison Hall and Morrisville State College. Madison Hall is on Route 20, in the center of the village, on the edge of the college campus.
Morrisville State College's curricula are enriched with applied learning and pave the way for opportunity at both the Morrisville and Norwich campuses. An action-oriented, interactive learning lab, the college is a national leader in technology and has been lauded for its exemplary, innovative and effective community service programs.
So we never forget!
Located at the site of the inaugural meeting of the New York Anti-Slavery Society in October 1835. Open Saturdays & Sundays 1-5 May 26th - September 2nd. Weekdays in June & July TBA. Exhibits include NYS Underground Railroad Trail video and abolition history displays.
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Historic 1747 tavern open for tours on Sunday, June through September, from 1 to 4 p.m. NYS Route 5, 1 mile west of St. Johnsville, NY • www.palatinesettlementsociety.org