SCHUYLER COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Welcome to the Schuyler County Historical Society!  We are located in Montour Falls, Schuyler County, New York, just south of Watkins Glen and Seneca Lake of the Finger Lakes.  The Society maintains three properties within the county and is headquartered at the Brick Tavern Museum, a large brick Federal style building built in 1828 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Our Museum has exhibits relating to Schuyler’s rich history.  It also houses artifacts, books, and documents concerning Schuyler people and events, which makes it a desirable stop for genealogists and researchers.  Museum admission is free but there is a fee for non-members to conduct research.
Did you know?
Humphrey Bogart's grandparents are buried at Glenwood Cemetery in Watkins Glen.
MUSEUM HOURS
10-4 Tuesday-Friday
9-1 Saturday (Summer, starting June 28)
Closed July 5 and August 30
Free Admission for all ages, everyday.
108 N. Catherine Street (Rt.14), PO Box 651 / Montour Falls, NY 14865
(607) 535-9741 /  info@schuylerhistory.org
Our mission is to preserve, interpret, and share the history of Schuyler County, New York
WINTER HOURS
Museum closes for the holidays right before Christmas and reopens mid-January.
Operation of the Brick Tavern Museum is partially funded by a grant administered by the Watkins Glen Area Chamber of Commerce and authorized by the Schuyler County Legislature.