Greece Historical Society and Museum
Address: 595 Long Pond Rd, Greece, NY 14612
Admission: FREE (donations appreciated)
Hours Open: Sundays 1:30 -4:00 (except January & February and major holiday weekends)
Admission: FREE (donations are welcomed)
The Greece Museum, housed in a 1855 farm house restored by the Society offers permanent and changing exhibits focusing on the history of the Town of Greece. Owned and maintained by the Society, it is located on the Greece Town Hall campus property.
Lecture/Programs: second Tuesday of the Month January, February, March, April, May, September, October & November
The all volunteer Society’s purpose is to collect, preserve, research, and share local history with the community.
We strive to provide the community with an awareness of the past, an appreciation of the present, and a vision for the future, giving a sense of “roots” and a greater feeling of belonging. We are open on Sundays 1:30 -4:00 (except January & February) and we offer school and group tours.
To accomplish its purpose the Society offers:
- Public programs articles about local history
- Group and school programs docent led tours of our museum, especially to school groups and scouts
- Resource materials and books to area schools and libraries
- A resource library at our History Center
- Special events
- A web site and Facebook page informing people of upcoming programs and events
- DVDs, videos, and Power Point presentations of various history subjects, sites, and architecture
- A museum shop selling a variety of local history books
- Personal research for anyone asking