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House Museums in the Finger Lakes

House museums exist because the history of the structure and the people who lived there intertwined. House museums often display period furniture and personal items of the former inhabitants and demonstrate a way of life we can only dream about.

Cayuga County

Howland Stone Store Museum

William H. Seward House

Harriet Tubman Home for the Aged (Harriet Tubman Museum)

Chemung County

John W. Jones House (John W. Jones Museum)

Zimmerman ("Zim") House

Cortland County

1890 House and Center for the Victorian Arts

Suggett House Museum

Livingston County

American Red Cross, Clara Barton Chapter #1

Gen. William Augustus Mills Mansion

Monroe County

Susan B. Anthony House

George Eastman House

Hoyt-Potter House

Stone-Tolan House Museum

Woodside Mansion

Onondaga County

The Castle

Wilcox Octagon House

Ontario County

Balmanno Cottage

Foster Cottage Museum

Granger Homestead and Carriage Museum

M'Clintock House Museum

Dr. John Quincy Howe House

Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park

Schuyler County

Brick Tavern Stand (Clawson Home)

Seneca County

William H. Burton House

Hunt House

John Johnston House

Rose Hill Mansion

Seneca Falls Historical Society Museum

Elizabeth Cady Stanton House

Steuben County

Ben Patterson Inn Museum

Narcissa Prentiss House

Steuben County History Center

Yates County

Robert Ingersoll Birthplace Museum

Oliver House Museum

L. Caroline Underwood Museum


Updated 28 September 2010








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