Parma Hilton Historical Society Museum
1300 Hilton Parma Corners Rd
Hilton, NY 14460
Hours Open: Sunday’s 2-4pm from April through October. Group tours welcome, especially in the off season.
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The Parma Hilton Historical Society Museum, located at 1300 Hilton Parma Corners Rd, in the Town Park complex, on the north end. We are trying to show what life was like in Parma, and other small towns, in the late 1800’s and up. We have tried to replicate some of what a typical house might have looked like, and how people lived, with a wood stove in the parlor, a rope bed with straw filled mattress, a hand operated water pump in the kitchen and an ice box.
Our monthly meetings are open to the public, and are held the second Tuesday of the month, from September to May. We try to have a speaker who will give a talk on something of local interest. Meeting announcements can be found on our website, www.parmahiltonhistoricalsociety.com or on our Facebook page: Parma Hilton Historical Society and Museum.
The Paul Wadsworth Neeting room, built in 1996, is devoted to photographs, paintings and artifacts that came from the village of Hilton, and from the Town of Parma, including six paintings by local artist from the late 1800s to the 1930’s, B. Aylsworth Haines.