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Come visit a historic crossroads community of the mid-1800's.

Step into the past and relive a touch of mid 19th Century Americana. See the sights, hear the stories, experience being where families like yours lived over a hundred years ago. Heritage Square Museum at the Brick Church Corners was proudly placed on the National Register of Historic Places  in 1974.  We invite you to come and experience history with us.  Group tours are always welcome and we are open Saturdays and Sundays 1:30 to 4 pm from June 5 thru October 3 as well as by appointment. (closed July 4th weekend)
 

7147 Ontario Center Road Ontario, New York 14519

Opening Weekend June 4

Museum Hours
June  to October, Sat. & Sun. 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm. Suggested donation: Adults $6.00, seniors & under 16 $5.00, Families $20.00.  Closed July 4th weekend and Labor Day weekend.  For more information or to schedule a private group or family tour by appointment, 
contact Ann Welker, 315-524-9330. 
For school tours contact Polina Doran, PDoranHSM@rochester.rr.com. 
Heritage Square Museum is owned and operated by the Town of Ontario Historical and Landmark Preservation Society. 
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Artifacts of the sunken W. Y. Emery, the 1899 schooner that was discovered off Bear Creek Harbor

A must see, just click on image above

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Special Events 2016

All events take place rain or shine


Fall Arts and Crafts Festival

Saturday, October 1, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Arts  & Crafts Sale, Museum Tours, Bake Sale

Last Weekend for Museum Tours

October 1 & 2, Saturday & Sunday, 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

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Jesse Phelps cutting slabs from a log from the State’s largest Sugar Maple Tree that came down at Heritage Square in July.  A couple of the slabs will be turned into commemorative benches that will be placed at Heritage Square Museum upon completion.

Click on booklet to download a PDF of the 1995 Bike Journal  From Herm Auch”s presentation at the September membership meeting

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