The Pioneer Oil Museum is focused on the history of the local oil and gas industries in Allegany and Cattaraugus Counties and the pioneers who worked in those industries. Housed inside the 150 year old former Seventh Day Baptist Church, the museum is filled with historical items and memorabilia from the past of the Richburg, NY area. Housed in the old Town Hall and Fire Department building, the Rushford Museum features exhibits related to the history of Rushford.

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Do you think our ancestors realized they were making history..... The Albany Institute of History & Art is focused on the collection, preservation and interpretation of the history, art and culture of Albany and the Upper Hudson Valley. Built in 1787 for the Philip Rensselaer family, the house has been open as a museum since 1964.

Built in the Georgian style in 1748, the house was occupied by Van Cortlandts for 140 years.

During the Revolutionary War, its walls saw Washington, Rochambeau and Lafayette. The Bundy Museum is housed inside the Harlow Bundy home.

The historic Throop Drug Store was established in 1800.

The Call Homestead Museum features a large collection of 19th and 20th century farm equipment, rural implements and antique household items.

Collections of historical artifacts and antique items are housed inside the buildings. Built 1763 and overlooking the Hudson River, the historic Georgian house was home to Philip J.

Schuyler, the renowned Revolutionary War general and US Senator.

Visitors will learn about life in New Netherland during the 17th century.

The ship travels the Hudson River, the Delaware River and Bay and the Connecticut River but spends much time in the historic waters of New Netherland.

Located at the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in Binns-Merrill Hall.