Erie Maritime Museum

150 East Front Street
814-452-2744

About Us:

Enter the world of Lake Erie. Learn its history. Find out about fishing. Starting with the War of 1812 through the present day, the Erie Maritime Museum will take you through time, the people, and the events surrounding Lake Erie. When in homeport, the ship herself is the major “exhibit”. Berthed within yards of the museum, the Flagship Niagara is visible from the museum’s bayside picture window. Inside, the centerpiece exhibits of the museum range from a former steam-powered electricity generating station and a reconstruction of the mid-ship section of the Lawrence to a separate section of the Lawrence replica that has been blasted with live ammunition from the current Niagara’s own carronades.



Reviews

Dave Thomas

Rating:
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Lettie g Howard sailboat there for the summer. Got to sail her highly recommend

Jason McFadden

Rating:
Sunday, June 24, 2018
Very nice place would have liked to seen one of the ships but both were out

Jason Johnson

Rating:
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Great insight to history of the Great Lakes region and into the vital role of the Bayfront economically and historically.

Wallace Blyth

Rating:
Sunday, June 17, 2018
Amazing displays, history becomes real. Tour guides top notch.

Brandon West

Rating:
Sunday, March 25, 2018
Great walk through museum, with guides to explain the key points! The walk about the US Brig Niagara was great too, the guide really explains the history and current use and importance well.