History Comes Alive in Harpursville
Take a bus tour to visit and learn about historic locations in Harpursville, Colesville and Nineveh. Contact PAST now at 237-0887 to learn more about it and make your reservation.Tickets are only $3.00 each, or two for $5.00.
Upstairs Living in Downtown Binghamton
Don't miss this unique opportunity to tour several spectacular lofts in Downtown Binghamton. The tour is produced as a collaborative effort by PAST, the City of Binghamton, and Broome County. Stay tuned for more information. Docents are needed... Call PAST now to learn more about participating in this exciting event!
Spirits of Binghamton's PAST
On the night of October 21, many of Binghamton's famous and infamous residents will make ghostly appearances around town, including Isaac Perry, General Jones, Rod Serling and more. You don't want to miss this nighttime tour! While waiting for more information, Click Here to take a virtual tour of last year's event!
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Own a rare piece of Binghamton History!
Take a FREE self-guided cell phone tour of Binghamton's historic landmarks.
SALVAGE SHOWROOM IS BACK!!!|
Open For Business This Saturday, 9:00am to 1:00pm
Last January PAST's Salvage Showroom had to temporarily vacate its building on Eldredge Street, Binghamton. Now, eight long months later we're back in business at the same location. The showroom is filled with windows, doors, hardware and all kinds of salvaged architectural items. Come to the showroom for the grand reopening this Saturday, August 20, 9:00am to 1:00pm.
Driving Directions: State Street to Eldredge Street (Bennedum's is on the corner), quick right on Prospect Avenue, straight to railroad tracks, turn left. You'll see our white carousel horse and 'open' flag.
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COMING First Friday, September 2, 6:00 to 9:00PM
Held Over for a Second Month
TWO EXHIBITS AT THE PERRY BUILDING
89 Court Street, Downtown Binghamton
BINGHAMTON'S BEAUX ARTS CITY HALL
An exhibit of current and vintage photographs and architectural drawings of Binghamton's original City Hall. Designed by Raymond Francis Almirall and built in 1897, this is the only example of French Renaissance Beaux Arts-style architecture in the area.
THE ROSS BUILDING GREEN MAN
See the original Green Man salvaged from demolition of the Ross Building in Binghamton. A photo display tells the amazing story of salvage, repair, restoration, and finally, replication of this architectural treasure. Full size replicas will be on display and available for purchase.
For more information, call the PAST office: 607-237-0887.