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Niagara County Historical Society [NY]

The Niagara County Historical Society owns and operates the Historical Museum at Lockport, a local history museum which chronicles the history of life in American and Niagara County over the last 175 years. The museum is composed of seven distinct buildings with the Outwater House serves as the main portion of the museum. There are also three other historic house museums, a fire house, transportation building, and barn.

The museum offers exhibits and historic house museums. Guided tours are available by appointment. The museum also contains a library, which is open on the weekends year round. The website offers visitor information, and brief histories of all of the buildings which comprise the museum.

 
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