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Living in Palmyra, NY

A lovable town bordered by the waters of the Erie Canal, Palmyra was named for the ancient city in Syria and it boasts an interesting past. Not only was it an essential stop along the Underground Railroad, but it was also the site of the first publication of the Book of Mormon. The Pal-Mac Aqueduct County Park occupies the northern end of town, while heavily wooded Sexton Prospect Park makes its home just off of Johnson Street. Learn about the history of the area at the collection of museums and landmarks near Main Street, a vintage district housing local businesses. There are many grand historic homes for sale in Palmyra, though you’ll find single-story sanctuaries too.