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Arts & Museums
The Gen. William A. Mills House is a beautiful historic home. It is popularly known as the house of General William Augustin Mills, the founder as well as the foremost individual who settled in the Mount Morris region. This beautiful abode is now a house museum that operates under the name of Mills Mansion.
Genesee Country Village & Museum is a prestigious and innovative project. This living history museum, located in Mumford was founded by John (Jack) L. Wehle in 1966. He was a connoisseur and collector of art and he conceptualized the idea of setting up an entire model village. It took almost ten years to set up the entire complex and today it has one of the largest historic and art collections. The different sections dedicated to variety of activities like farming, weaving, pottery making and much more. You can also be a parrt of the village and participate in feeding the animals or join in card game. Genesee Country Village & Museum also hosts events and festivals on a regular basis. For more details, call ahead.
This beautiful home designed in an amalgamation of Federal and Greek Revival styles is the Seth M. Gates House. In the past, it has hosted numerous meetings of well-known organizations and finally it was handed over to the Warsaw Historical Society. This society now operates it as a house museum, and was also included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
The Tinker Cobblestone Farmstead has served nearly six generations of the Tinker Family. The house dates back to the 1830s era and is now a museum that chronicles the agrarian history of Western New York. For tours and other details, check website.
Originally a shopping center built by Levi Valentine in 1879, Valentown Hall now serves as a museum of local history. In 1940, J. Sheldon Fisher converted the abandoned commercial space into a museum, and it is now managed by the Victor Historical Society. With its many artifacts and heirlooms, Valentown Hall paints an interesting picture of 19th-century life in the Victor and Rochester region.
The Genesee-Orleans Regional Arts Council (a.k.a. GO ART!), is dedicated to supporting and promoting arts and culture in the Western New York Counties of Genesee and Orleans. They host exhibits of regional artists' work, provide grants, schedule year-round arts and cultural programming, researches and presents folk arts & artists in the region, and offers workshops to meet the needs of the artists and cultural organizations in Genesee and Orleans counties.