This 700-acre complex consists of 68 historic structures furnished with 15,000 artifacts to provide an authentic, 19th-century environment in which visitors can interact with knowledgeable, third-person historic interpreters in period-appropriate dress. Among the buildings preserved in the historic village are Col. Nathaniel Rochester’s house and George Eastman’s childhood home.
The largest living history museum in New York State, encompassing the Historic Village, Nature Center, and John L. Wehle Gallery. Plan your visit: www.gcv.org.
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