New York State is more haunted than you might think. 13 counties have come together to form the Haunted History Trail of New York State – a spooky trail spanning the entire state…
Explore local art throughout several Batavia and Albion art galleries. One-of-a-kind pieces from local creators will inspire you!
A permanent trail of peace gardens have been established along the historic route where events of the War of 1812 determined the future of Canada and the United States, as well as the…
Genesee County is home to many “firsts.” Explore the history behind the Birthplace of Western New York AND the Birthplace of JELL-O!
From the Seneca’s culture based on the family matriarch at Ganondagan to influential philanthropsits like Sonnenberg’s Mary Clark Thompson, the Finger Lakes has long been a home for powerful women.
WWII warplanes, New Deal paintings, and Civilian Conservation Corps stonework all embody The Greatest Generation on this historic and nostalgic trail.
Spend the afternoon exploring the amazing local history museums in the heart of the Finger Lakes.
In 1779, General Sullivan’s campaign reached Livingston County, where the army met the only organized resistance of the campaign.
Something that’s “antique” is usually considered to be 100 years old, while being vintage is just 7 years old or more. We have a rich food history in the area, some of which…
Travel along historic Route 5 & 20 and see what makes this area unique. Blessed with wineries, antiques, historic sites and more.
Historic Palmyra consists of five separate museums dedicated to the preservation of the history of Palmyra and vicinity.