Elaine McCarthy returns for a discussion of her book about growing up on Oliver Street. The museum is open from Noon that day for anyone interested in leaning about the city's history. A small admission fee applies for the tour.
A True Champion of Native Sovereignty
Radio host and Podcaster John Kane, a member of the Mohawk nation, will speak about the Native American perspectives of history, culture and contemporary issues.
Friday tours will begin at 6pm and 7pm
Saturday tour will be mid-afternoon.
Tour groups are limited to 20 persons.
Call the museum 716-213-0554 for more details and to reserve a spot.
Tour fees to be announced soon.
In the lower gallery, take a journey through time of the North Tonawanda area,from the last Ice Age to the middle of the 20th Century
The upper Gallery contains artifacts and storyboards of things and events of our city that transcends time - scouting, military, ethnic, arts & entertainment and sports & recreation.
Be sure to walk through the history museum partitioned mini-rooms that display how life was lived here in the past - Ice Cream parlor, schoolroom, living room and kitchen
Our Archive and Research Center is available for use at a modest cost or free to members! The archives contain tens of thousands of articles about people, places and events affecting North Tonawanda. The Research Library contains several hundred volumes of books and custom binders that dive deeper into the subject matter on display in the gallery. Included is a 137 volume set of the daily dispatches of the Civil War's Union and Confederate Armies
Our Community Room is used for museum presentations and fund raising. it also houses the museum gift shop. The Community Room is also available for use by outside organizations.
New hours as of January 2020
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays : Noon - 4pm.
We will open at other times for group tours. Please email the museum with specifics.
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