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Niagara History Center

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An official Path Through History Site! The Niagara County Historical Society Complex is a multi-building museum housing many fascinating exhibits. Experience a pioneer’s log cabin; visit an old-time doctor’s office; see the first air conditioned General Motors automobile; stop by the Bond House, the first brick house in Lockport built in 1824. The museum, comprising 6 buildings, presents a glimpse of area life in Niagara County over the last 175 years. The Outwater Memorial Building is the headquarters for the Niagara County Historical Society; the 1863 brick home features a Victorian Parlor, Historic Pantry, Old Toy Room, the Civil War Room and a Changing Exhibit Room.The Erie Canal Discovery Center is also part of the Niagara County Historical Society Museum Complex.

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