Geneva History Museum

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Information about the Geneva History Museum

At the Geneva History Museum we tell the stories of the community’s people and places, ordinary and extraordinary. In our permanent and changing exhibits you can follow the growth of the Geneva community from prehistory to the present day.

Our hands-on Discovery Room offers interactive activities for children aged 6 to 12 and an engaging, illustrated timeline of Geneva’s past. Throughout the year, we also offer a variety of programs to people of all ages. For our current programs visit our Calendar of Events.

The Gift Shop features souvenirs and local history books. For a selection of items see, our online shop.

Owned and operated by Historic Geneva, the Geneva History Museum is located in the Prouty-Chew House on Geneva’s historic South Main Street. The building also houses  Historic Geneva’s offices, collections storage, and  research room.