History / Museums

From the "Birthplace of Western New York” to the "Birthplace of JELL-O”, great things begin in Genesee County! We’re proud of our unique history and we’ve got the attractions to show it. Whether your interests look to the past or the present, we have something for everyone.

Alabama Museum

The museum resides in an old school house and…

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Alexander Museum

On the third story of Alexander's Town Hall…

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Batavia Peace Garden

A garden commemorating the War of 1812 and…

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Bergen Museum

The museum resides in the former 1880 Hartford…

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Byron Museum

Museum is located in an old church that is right…

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Elba Museum

The Elba Museum has an impressive collection…

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Genesee Country Village & Museum

This 700-acre complex consists of 68 historic…

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Genesee County History Department

The Genesee County History Department is an…

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Historic LeRoy House

Tour this mansion-turned-museum for over 100 years…

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Holland Land Office Museum

Located in a stone building built in 1810, the…

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JELL-O Gallery Museum

Follow the JELL-O brick road, past the Victorian…

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LeRoy Barn Quilt Trail

Self-guided driving tours for viewing nearly 100…

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Lockport Locks & Erie Canal Cruises

One of the best places to learn about the historic…

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Medina Railroad Museum

The largest freight depot museum in the country!…

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Oakfield Historical Museum

In the village of Oakfield is a two-story house…

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Pembroke Museum

This small museum is located inside the Town of…

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Rolling Hills Asylum

Rolling Hills Asylum is steeped in history and…

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Stafford Museum of History

The Stafford Museum of History was built in 2004…

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Tonawanda Indian Reservation Historical Society

The history of the Tonawanda Band of Seneca…

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