Edmond Historical Society & Museum
The Edmond Historical Society & Museum is housed in a historic armory, built in 1936 by the Works Progress Administration. The Edmond community began meeting and collecting artifacts in 1983 with the goal of starting a museum. The first exhibit opened in 1985 and the site is now home to 40,000+ artifacts and photographs. Permanent exhibits include the themes of Early Edmond Culture, from Native
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St. George, Utah
The leading Museum in the St. George area, St. George Art Museum features fine exhibits of many cultures and times, as well as the work of local and regional artists.
The Museum is part of the beautiful Pioneer Center for the Arts Complex, located across from the Main St. Post Office in historic downtown St. George. The space has been transformed from a
St. George Art Museum
Americans to Pioneers, Religion, and Edmond's Rt. 66. Temporary exhibits in 2021 include, I Remember That: Edmond in the 1980s, What's Cooking, Edmond?, The Olympics, and Trees in Our Town. Early Childhood: Young children enjoy playing in the museums’ Children’s Learning Center,
sugar beet seed storage facility into an elegant showcase for art. In addition to the many programs and events that the Museum hosts, the Family Discovery Center has materials for kids to create their own art.
Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center
Seneca Falls, New York
The Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center is the best place to start your visit to historic Seneca Falls, New York. As the visitor center and home of the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry, you can plan your visit and learn about the formation of Seneca Falls, the influence of the history of the waterway in its formation, and the resulting industries that grew up along the Cayuga-Seneca Canal.