The Cherry Valley Museum
A Part of the Revolutionary War Heritage Trail
In Historic Cherry Valley, New York also on the National Register of Historic Places
Cherry Valley Historical Association
49 Main St. Cherry Valley NY 13320
The official website of the Cherry Valley Museum
Located in the heart of the historic village of Cherry Valley, the museum houses some of the finest examples of Early Americana in the state. A complete collection of Victorian furniture, housewares, toys and clothing. Revolutionary war artifacts from the Cherry Valley Massacre of 1778. Historic portraits, a Civil War Flag made by Cherry Valley women for the volunteer militia and carried by the NYS 76th Volunteers in 1862. There are also early Fire pumpers and equipment and a bible pierced by an arrow from the massacre. These are just a few of the items you will see as you tour this museum.
The Cherry Valley Museum is open Daily from Memorial Day thru October 15th from 10am to 5pm
Admission $6 Children Free w/adult
Groups of 10 or more $4 (please call in advance) 607-264-3303
*2013 Historic House Tours -Saturday August 10th- see the more info page*
Let's Take a Peek Inside!
The Cole Bible
In 1849 Amos Swan opened a melodeon factory in Cherry Valley. The melodeons were shipped to Fort Plain NY and sent out by railroad. During the Civil War Ogden Eldrige bought the melodeon factory from Swan and also open a second factory in the village. Below are 2 of the melodeons currently on display at the museum. Although they are just for display, they both work.
The Swan Melodeon
Portrait of Amos Swan