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The Cobblestone Museum is an open-air museum that promotes the study and exploration of cobblestone construction methods from 1825 to 1860, offering visitors the opportunity to explore three period cobblestone structures set in Victorian appearance...more
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14389 Ridge Rd W, Albion, NY 14411-9703
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

I’ve always been fascinated by the unique to WNY cobblestone buildings and was glad to have the chance to visit this very well done little museum. We were given a private guided tour because other guides had a school group. The guide was knowledgeable and...More

Thank LocalBluestocking
Reviewed 10 December 2017

The Cobblestone Museum has been making great strides in the last year to add engaging programs and events. I was recently there to tour the buildings and they are really fascinating places. The Ward House is absolutely charming, and don't miss seeing the old School...More

Thank Tirlittan2013
Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

Stopped in with my sister on our way back from LynOaken. We were initially a little bummed because it wasn’t a normal museum day because of the Ghost Tour. I was looking forward to learning about the construction and history of these unusual buildings that...More

Thank Snidelys4
Reviewed 3 September 2017

We were in nearby Albion and happened to find this Museum nearby on tripadvisor. SO we took a chance. The cobblestone buildings are incredible- not just because of the unique building construction but they are complete. The desks are all in a row at the...More

Thank Kim B
Reviewed 10 July 2017

My group visited the smaller, non cobblestone buildings, yesterday. There are four of them, and each one is interesting. Three buildings were moved there and one is on its original spot (the blacksmith shop). We had a personal tour guide who walked us from spot...More

Thank JuneNY
Reviewed 21 September 2016

I grew up in Cobblestone Country. This museum complex has a wealth of knowledge about the construction and history of cobblestone structures. There are three cobblestone buildings owned by this group, a schoolhouse, a church, and a home. There also is a farmer's hall, blacksmith...More

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Reviewed 16 September 2016

It was interesting to learn about the construction of this style of architecture. There were interesting things to look at in the museum. Nice little trip to take.

Thank Deb M
Reviewed 15 December 2015

Great collection of restored and beautiful old buildings. Fascinating collections. Well run by mainly volunteers. The old stage coach stop, Tillman's Village Inn(since 1824) is right there for lunch in an historic setting.

Thank Robert G
Reviewed 3 June 2015

I'm not sure if they still do school field trips to here, but they did when I was a young boy. they did have a person telling of the history, hope they still do. I would take my children here if I was in the...More

Thank GeorgeLatta
mrballar, Director & Curator at Cobblestone Society Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 27 June 2015

Hi George, Thanks for your interest in the Cobblestone Society Museum. We still offer school tours and encourage teachers and administrators to bring their students to the complex. The museum has a dedicated core of docents who are an important part of interpreting all seven...More

Reviewed 15 March 2015

Over 50 years ago I was there as a grade school student and have made several visits over the years. A new curator is breathing a fresh breath of life and helping to keep a fascinating part of Western New York history alive for the...More

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