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Historic Valentown MuseumHistoric Valentown Museum
The Historic Valentown Museum site exhibits, promotes and teaches to the public the concepts and applications of American commerce and the community story- both past and present from this area. Historic Valentown will creates interest and instills ap... Read more
The Historic Valentown Museum site exhibits, promotes and teaches to the public the concepts and applications of American commerce and the community story- both past and present from this area. Historic Valentown will creates interest and instills appreciation in hometown business and community by using its historic collection of documents and American made artifacts housed within Valentown hall and other structures on the site.
Valentown Museum (originally called Valentown Hall) is on the National Historic Register, and is just one in a cluster of historic 19 century buildings at 14-acre Valentown Square, off Rt. 96 across from Eastview Mall in Victor, New York.
The landmark building is a rare example of 19th century architecture and has remained almost unaltered since its original construction. The inside remains much as it was when originally built: a general store, meeting room, bakery, harness shop, cobbler's shop, music school, display cases filled with early flags and military items, a Grange meeting room, railroad/trolley/telegraph office, ticket office and Grand Ballroom.
Valentown is an intriguing Historical Museum containing literally thousands of artifacts, objects and heirlooms.