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Newark, NY 14513
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Arts & Museums
The National Memorial Day Museum stands located at the Waterloo city in the Seneca County. Its construction dates back to 1870, and this museum is also famously referred as the William H. Burton House. The museum is home to an array of collections pertaining to the Civil War and the history of Waterloo region.
The Hunt House is a historic mansion, that was the former residence of Mrs. Jane C. Hunt, a women's right activist. Situated in Waterloo, New York, this house features Greek inspired architecture and has a baroque porch. The two floored house was made out of red bricks in 1830. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
Owned by the Town of Sodus Point, the Sodus Point Light is a lighthouse. With an overview of the Lake Ontario at the Sodus Point, the lighthouse was a beautiful square pyramidal structure that was made up of concrete and stone, the lighthouse was replaced by a modern skeleton structure. The lighthouse was also used as a home for the Coast Guard for several years. Presently, the lighthouse is a beautiful museum which has kept intact the beauty and originally of the house featuring the Fresnel Lens.
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.
National Women's Hall of Fame is a tribute to great American women who have influenced society and inspired generations over the centuries. It was established in 1969 in Seneca Falls, the pioneering location of the American Women’s Rights Movement. Located in historic downtown, in the Helen Mosher Barben Building, this gallery is a must visit. Discover the stories of the inductees and their significant contribution across myriad fields such as arts, education, science, politics, business and humanities. The exhibition commemorates their achievements that made a difference on the nation's road to development. Helen Keller, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sister Elaine Roulet and Lucy Stone are some of the inductees featured in this roll of honor.
A beautiful historic home built in the 18th century still stands tall and proud at Brighton. Built with Federal style of architecture, the Stone-Tolan House is spread over an area of 4 acres (1.6 hectare). The rustic home is now open to visitors as a museum while group tours remain available. A tour into the house will acquaint you with the lifestyle of the people back then.
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.