Little Falls, NY
Little Falls is located in Herkimer County, New York, on both north and south of the Mohawk River and Erie Canal. Little Falls was first settled in 1723 and was incorporated as a city in 1896.
Canal Place and Moss Island in Little Falls, NY
Just a short walk from Canal Place you’ll find Moss Island in between the two waterways of the Mohawk River and the historic Erie Canal. If you’re lucky, you may see a boat or two waiting for passage at Lock 17.
While Canal Place is enjoyed by antique hunters, Moss Island is the place for outdoor enthusiasts, cyclists, boaters enjoying the Great American Loop, rock climbers, joggers or folks just enjoying an afternoon stroll by the canal.
The City of Little Falls, NY
Located along the north and south sides of the Mohawk River and Erie Canal, Little Falls is a wonderfully scenic city with so much to offer both residents and visitors alike. The Little Falls Historical Society Museum is a great place to start getting to know Little Falls and its rich history.
The city has a number of sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places including Little Falls City Hall, Little Falls Historic District, The Little Falls Historical Society Museum, James Sanders House, Italian Community Bake Oven, Overlook, Emmanuel Episcopal Church, South Ann Street-Mill Street Historic District, the Overlook (Burrell) House, and the United States Post Office.
Upcoming Featured Little Falls NY Events
Be sure to check out Little Falls Events including special shopping deals at locally owned businesses on Third Thursdays. Other local favorites include the Farmers Market on Saturday mornings along with annual events like the Wine and Cheese Festival, the Mohawk Valley Garlic Festival, Octoberfest, and Christmas in Little Falls.
Antiques, Shops, Dining and more
Little Falls is known for its many antique shops and dining locations. While in the area, take in the historic sites located throughout the Mohawk Valley.
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