1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford, NY, US
The Genesee Country Museum is the largest living history museum in the New York state. The museum has three separate parts, all set at different periods: the pioneer settlement from 1790 to 1820; the center village from 1830 to 1860; the gaslight district from 1860 to 1900. The museum also hosts multiple events each year.
The Genesee Country Village and Museum has 175 acres of woodlands, fields, ponds and walking trails with rich wildlife habitat. You can explore the flora and fauna during the whole year.
On snowy Sundays they organize sledding on the hill on the great meadow, winter walks, snowshoeing in the woods and trails for cross country skis.
Tuesday to Sunday: from 10am to 4pm