A Drive Through Wayne County NY
New York’s Great Lake and Canal Getaway
Day 1 – Palmyra, Macedon
Visit some of the amazing Palmyra Museum’s
Alling Coverlet Museum, Largest collection of hand-woven coverlets in America
Erie Canal Depot, Experience an old passenger and commercial depot
William Phelps General Store Museum ,A 19th century original general store with original items
Grandin Building. Historic site of publication of Book of Mormon, Restored building includes
Authentic 1830’s bookstore, bindery and print shop.
Have lunch at Muddy Waters Cafe at the Palmyra Marina
Check in to Palmyra Inn, Liberty House Bed & Breakfast or Canal Town Bed & Breakfast.
Stroll through the Village of Palmyra and visit some of the great antique and specialty shops.
Try some wine at J D Wine Cellars located in Macedon
Dinner at Flaherty’s in Macedon which offers first hand Old Irish charm and hospitality
Return to your overnight accommodations
Day 2 – Palmyra – Newark
Take a walk on Palmyra Wetland Nature Trail, Located on Maple Avenue, ¼ mile north of the
“four church” corner in the center of the Village of Palmyra. This one mike hike is rich in both
Natural and historical interest with easy access to Aqueduct Park, Aldrich Change Bridge and
Lock 29. Wetlands were formed in the excavations of the original Erie Canal.
Follow the Erie Canal to Newark
Take a tour of the Hoffman Clock Museum, which houses the largest collection of New York
State Clocks in the country.
Have lunch at the Corner Tavern
Check into the Vintage Gardens Bed & Breakfast or the Quality Inn located in Newark or the
Peppermint Cottage Bed & Breakfast in Lyons.
Follow Mural Mania’s mural trail along the Erie Canal into Lyons
Don’t miss visiting the Wayne County Old Jail Museum Built in 1856, the former Wayne County
Jail and Sheriff’s residence was housed here and used until 1961. Tour the 24 cell blocks still
Attached and learn the stories of the inmates.
Have dinner in Lyons at Bone Appetit BBQ or Growler’s Pub & Grill.
Return to your overnight accommodations.
Day 3 – Clyde – Savannah
Drive east to Clyde and have lunch at The Brick Oven of Clyde
Follow Route 31 into Savannah
Visit the Montezuma Audubon Center, located on its 198 acre are five types of habitat, two
Restored freshwater marshes, two-miles and trails, and an all-access observation platform.
Contact Christine Worth, Director of Tourism. firstname.lastname@example.org Wayne County Tourism 9 Pearl St. Suite 3 Lyons NY 14489
www.waynecountytourism.com (800) 527-6510