Aurora History Museum | Aurora Historical Society

Aurora History Museum


Southside Municipal Center 
300 Gleed Avenue
East Aurora, NY 14052

Open Wednesdays 
1-4 p.m.
and by appointment

Admission: Free

For More Information:
Call 716-652-7944 


The Aurora History Museum features Native American artifacts from Aurora and items belonging to community’s earliest settlers. New exhibits include “The Toys of Toy Town;” “‘New-Age’ Medicine in Old-Time East Aurora;” “When Doctors Made House Calls;” and a pictorial history of the evolution of The Circle.

The History Museum and Town Historian's Office were moved in conjunction with the relocation of the town municipal offices from the Roycroft Chapel to the former Southside School in the fall of 2012. The Rix Jennings murals, which chronologically tell the story of Aurora’s history, are on exhibit in the main corridor outside the town offices at the Municipal Center.

CONDUCTING RESEARCH? Click Here for the Town Historian’s Office and Town Archives, which operate independently of the Historical Society.


Rixford (Rix) Upham Jennings
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