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Alexander Museum

3350 Church Street
Alexander, NY 14005

Hours of Operation

The museum is open by appointment only. Please contact the Historian to schedule your tour- 585-591-2445.

On the third story of Alexander's Town Hall, the only three- story cobblestone town hall in the United States, sits the Alexander Museum. You'll find a few items on display that are relevant in today's world include an old phone, record players and typewriter. The museum also is home to a good collection of farm and work tools that show visitors how life used to be. Take a gander through the museum and learn, or reminisce about the good ole days! 

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