Passport Partners Award I-Pad

Pictured are Patricia Hoffman of Oneida Community Mansion House, Barbara Shuck and Jim Walter of Madison County Tourism.

Madison County Tourism News

(Oneida, NY – Jan. 2013) A lucky visitor to Madison County is the proud owner of a brand new iPad after her name was drawn from all the completed cultural and historic […]

Close Out Summer Vacation and Enter to Win an I-Pad at Madison County Museums

(Madison County, NY – Aug. 2012) With only a few weeks left in summer vacation, time is running short to pile your kids in the car, and get your Cultural and Heritage Tourism Passports stamped at participating museums and historic sites in Madison County.

Twelve cultural and historic sites across Madison County have banded together […]

173rd Madison County Fair a Great Success

To the Editor:

(Brookfield, NY – July 2012) The 173rd edition of the Madison County Fair enjoyed nearly perfect “Fair” weather for its four day run, July 12 through 15. Patrons and participants alike were entertained daily by the numerous free shows and family oriented activities taking place daily on the fairgrounds.

Several of the […]

Set of 15 Trail Maps Developed

(Wampsville, NY – June 2012) The Madison County Health Department in conjunction with Madison County Planning Department and Madison County Tourism plans to release a set of 15 maps of trails in Madison County.

The set of maps will also be available for download and accessible using smart phone technology,

The maps are designed to […]

Tourism Announces New Passport Program

Aims to Grow Visitors to Historical and Cultural Sites

(Wampsville, NY -, May 2012) Visit eight of 12 Cultural and Historical sites in Madison County over the summer and fall and you will have the chance to win an I-Pad. That’s the big prize in a promotion unveiled May 17 at a press conference in […]

Museum to Host the Sullivan Chamber

(Town of Sullivan, NY – April 2012) The Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum will host the Greater Sullivan Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly meeting April 5 at 5:30 p.m. The public is invited to meet the canal museum’s new executive director, Christine O’Neill.

O’Neill will share her vision and plans for the canal museum’s future […]