Aurora History Museum | Aurora Historical Society

Aurora History Museum



Aurora Municipal Center 
575 Oakwood Avenue
East Aurora, NY 14052


8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m

Admission: Free

For More Information:
Call 716-652-7944 


The Aurora History Museum, presented by the Aurora Historical Society in collaboration with the Town of Aurora and the Town Historian’s Office, features Native American artifacts from Aurora, personal possessions of the community’s earliest settlers, and items related to local industry and business. 

The History Museum is located outside the Office of the Historian in the Aurora Municipal Center at 575 Oakwood Avenue and may be viewed any time the Municipal Center is open. New and special exhibits will debut periodically, so please check back often to see another aspect of our community’s history. 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.


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