LeRoy Heritage Museum Inc.

The first meeting of LeRoy Heritage Museum, Inc. was held on May 19, 2001. A group of local citizens, who were both interested in local history and concerned about how that history should be preserved, began to formulate the idea of creating a museum in LeRoy. The museum began collecting artifacts, furniture, memorabilia, written records, genealogy, photographs, and much more, to be included in the museum. The museum has stepped in and saved local artifacts from being lost forever. Many people have donated items for the museum. The museum provides a place to store and display these important items for the future, thereby allowing many years of interpretation and study of LeRoy history. The building houses an exhibit room, research library, gift shop and museum office. The museum now has members in 11 different states across the nation and continues to preserve LeRoy Township and Barclay Mountain history for future generations. The museum is open Saturdays,1-4 p.m., Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend or by appointment September through December.

Phone: 
(570) 364-5003
Hours: 
Sunday: Closed
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: Closed
Friday: Closed
Saturday: 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
Address: 
LeRoy Heritage Museum Inc.
257 Mill Street
LeRoy, PA