Schuyler County Historical Society

​A couple of images from the current special exhibit about the one-room schools of Schuyler County. The exhibit will be in place through the end of July.

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Schuyler County Historical Society

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108 N. Catharine St./Route 14

Montour Falls, NY 14865

Open Tues., Wed. & Fri. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 

Thurs.  2 - 8 p.m.  

Saturdays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m , July, Aug. & Sept.


Call us at (607) 535-9741

or email info@schuylerhistory.org


The 29th governor of New York State was David Bennett Hill. He was born in Havana (the prior name of Montour Falls) in 1843. He served two terms, from 1885 through 1892. He died in 1910 and is buried in Montour Falls. The first execution by the electric chair took place during his term.

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Our Museums and Operations are partially funded by a grant administered by the Watkins Glen Area Chamber of Commerce and authorized by the Schuyler County Legislature. Donations help us fulfill our mission to preserve and share the history of Schuyler County.


Donations to the Schuyler County Historical Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated!

Please send your check or money order to:
Schuyler County Historical Society
P.O. Box 651
Montour Falls, NY 14865

Or make a donation by credit card or

through PayPal. We will send a donation receipt

for your records, and a heartfelt thank you in response.


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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 in the Finger Lakes Region. The Society maintains three properties 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. The Brick Tavern Museum and the adjacent Wickham Rural Life Center have exhibits relating to Schuyler County’s rich history. Our collections include artifacts, books and documents concerning the county's people and events, valuable to genealogists and researchers. Museum admission is free, donations are welcome. A fee is charged non-members to use our research resources. 

Brick Tavern Museum and

Wickham Rural Life Center