This Saturday at 1:00 p.m., the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry will host a special lecture on the historic Route 20, presented by Bryan Farr, the founder of the Historic Route 20 Association. The lecture aims to explore the rich history of America’s longest highway, offering attendees an insightful journey through its past.
The museum, which had previously announced a temporary exhibit on Historic Route 20 in July, still has the exhibit open for public viewing. The upcoming lecture provides a unique opportunity for attendees to delve deeper into the history of this iconic route, enhancing the experience of the exhibit.
Following the lecture, a reception will be held at the Montezuma Winery, situated along Route 20. Attendees will be treated to a special offer – a coupon granting them 50% off on wine or spirits tasting. The event promises to be a delightful combination of education and leisure, celebrating a significant part of American road history.
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