Delaware & Hudson Canal Museum is about .5 mi. s. on SR 213 to Mohonk Rd./CR 6A (opposite the Egg's Nest Restaurant), then w. a tenth of a mile. Housed in a former Episcopal church, it is devoted to the history of a 108-mile canal that linked the company's coal fields to the Hudson River at Kingston for 7 decades in the 19th century. Exhibits depict 19th-century canal life and canal boat activities. Also included are photographs, artifacts, dioramas and working models of a lock and a gravity railroad car. A self-guiding tour of the nearby “Five Locks” also is available.