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.
The Native American Dollar Coin Program recognizes the important contributions made by Native American tribes and individual Native Americans to the history and development of the United States.
Located in a stone building built in 1810, the Holland Land Office Museum offers thousands of artifacts pertaining to the history of Western New York.
Batavia Peace Garden
Genesee Country Village & Museum
Genesee County History Department
Harford House Barn & Livery
Haunted Bergen House
Historic Batavia Cemetery
Historic LeRoy House
Holland Land Office Museum
JELL-O Gallery Museum
LeRoy Barn Quilt Trail
Lockport Locks & Erie Canal Cruises
Medina Railroad Museum
Oakfield Historical Society & Research Center
Rolling Hills Asylum
Stafford Museum of History
Tonawanda Indian Reservation Historical Society