Largest collection of hand-woven coverlets in America.
BUTLER CHURCH MUSEUM 4518 Butler Center Road, Butler NY 13154 Restored, oldest known Methodist Church in Wayne County, built in 1836. Now a Church Museum listed on the NYS & National Registers for Historic Places. ROE COBBLESTONE SCHOOLHOUSE ...
Experience an old passenger and commercial depot.
Historic site of publication of Book of Mormon. Restored building includes authentic 1830's bookstore, bindery and print shop. Free guided tour about 40 minutes. Open daily.
A collection of nine historic 1800's buildings furnished with period artifacts. On grounds is the largest sugar maple tree in New York State. Open Saturday & Sunday from 1:30pm to 4pm, June through September.
Five miles south of Palmyra, site where mv4m2eph Smith received the gold plates from the Angel Moroni. Site of annual outdoor pageant in July. New Visitor Center, free guided tours centering on Jesus Christ.
Two miles from downtown Palmyra, includes restored Smith Frame Home (1825), reconstructed Log Home (1818) and Sacred Grove. Free guided tour of homes and walking paths. Open daily.
Located in former Wayne County jail and sheriff's residence. Built in 1856. Many exhibits and changing displays. Open Tuesday - Friday from 10am to 4pm and Saturday from 10am to 4pm (July & August).
23 rooms of exciting local and area history and artifacts.
Original printing equipment made in Palmyra and the history of type from 1838 to 1972.
1870 lighthouse museum and gardens. Exhibits cover lighthouse, maritime and bay area histories. Spiral tower staircase, library, gift shop, tours, weddings, discounts, picnics and free concerts.
Is a historic one room school located in Butler, NY. Built by Daniel Roe in the 1820's, it is believed to be the oldest cobblestone schoolhouse in North America. It was constructed using irregularly shaped, multi-colored fieldstones. The building not only ...
A 19th century original general store with original items and home.