The Cobblestone Society & Museum is proud of its 60-year heritage of historic preservation in Orleans County and beyond. However, we are not stopping very long to look back because we have an exciting new plan laid out for the future. With the purchase of the historic circa 1830 brick home (formerly known as Fair Haven Treasures) directly across from the Cobblestone Museum, we look forward to expanding our community engagement through the addition of a Cobblestone Welcome Center to our campus of historic buildings.

The museum staff and trustees have been discussing a Welcome Center through our goal setting and strategic plan development for several years. By partnering with Orleans County and others, we can provide a valuable service for the County while addressing our growth and expansion needs.

Benefits of the new Welcome Center include:

    Preservation of a 19th century structure from unrelated commercial activity
    High visibility at an essential crossroads location
    Plentiful additional parking including buses
    Expanding programming and visitation with year around access
    Kitchenette for use by caterers or small receptions
    Multi-purpose room
    Room to partner with Orleans County Tourism
    New exhibit space to interpret Orleans County history
    Space for viewing an introductory video and new cobblestone interactive exhibits
    Distribute materials for all local attractions including the Medina Railroad Museum, Erie Canal, Point Breeze Lighthouse, camp grounds, marinas, Bed & Breakfast sites, sport fishing, agri-business, wine trail and more

We are looking for donors willing to help us make this project a reality. Several levels of support have been created to fit every budget and interest with pledges for up to five years. Give us a call today at (585) 589-9013 to discuss this exciting project.

Thank you for you continued support of the Cobblestone Museum!

Respectfully yours,
Dick Remley, Finance Committee, Chair

Five Year Pledges Gladly Accepted – Naming Opportunities Available – Call the Museum at (585) 589-9013