The Finger Lakes Museum & Aquarium’s waterfront campus in Branchport is a vibrant and engaging natural space. It is host to many programs that embody the museum’s mission of “inspiring appreciation and stewardship of the cultural heritage and ecological evolution of the vast Finger Lakes Region.”
This summer, the museum will offer numerous water-based kayak and canoe events, guided wetland walks, a timber framing workshop, plus a weekly community Farmers Market. It all takes place on the expansive 29-acre property with shorelines that touch Sugar Creek and Keuka Lake.
While raising the necessary funds to transform a former school building into a world class museum, the idea to work from the outside-in began in 2015 when Natalie Payne became the museum’s executive director.
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