Walking Tours

Downtown Binghamton Public Sculpture & Architecture

Guided Walking Tours

By arrangement

Discover downtown Binghamton’s notable outdoor sculpture and beautiful historic architecture. You’ll hear about early and modern Binghamton as your guide shows you an enlightened city rich with  artwork, theaters, businesses, and churches. Even locals are amazed and entertained by what they learn.

Jillian Proscia, Binghamton University alum, explains the “Seven Seals of Silence” on BCAC’s public sculpture tour on June 20th during the Broome-Tioga Path Through History Weekend.

Jillian Proscia, Binghamton University alum, explains the “Seven Seals of Silence” on BCAC’s public sculpture tour.

Tours begin at Kennedy Park with the Seven Seals of Silence (Henry Street/Chenango Street). The walk meanders through the most fascinating portions of one of the city’s historic districts, leading to three internationally proclaimed sculptures at Government Plaza on Hawley Street. Come and see!

Sculpture Outdoors in Broome County  began in 2013 as a partnership between the Broome County Arts Council and Binghamton University’s Art History Professor Kevin Hatch. His students chose to research 14 often mysteriously unidentified public sculptures with major artistic and historic significance. The students’ research resulted in a catalog of public sculpture that can be found at www.broomearts.org/public-sculpture. This catalog will continue to grow, providing information for labels, which in most cases are not present on the sculptures.

Preservation Association of the Southern TierThe Broome County Arts Council has partnered with the Preservation Association of the Southern Tier (PAST), who has been offering architectural guided tours for over 10 years. The goal of this collaborative effort is to provide a memorable and historic walking tour of the fascinating sculpture and architecture in Downtown Binghamton.

For Private Group Tour Information
607-723-4620
information@broomearts.org