Valentown Museum

Valentown Square
267 High Street
Victor, NY 14564
Phone: (585) 924-4170

Step back in time and visit this 19th century center of commerce. Originally built by Levi Valentine to be a new community center in the town of Victor, Valentine anticipated the completion of a new railroad through the area but the project fell through and consequently Valentown failed to thrive. In 1940 it was converted into a museum and contains much of the original setup including a general store, meeting room, bakery, harness shop, cobbler's shop, music school, railroad/telegraph office, ticket office, and a ballroom.

Valentown Museum
May 7, 2020

The 2020 Historic Advisory Committee Speaker Series is here! David Mitchell and Kathryn White from the Victor Historical Society will cover “Valentown Museum’s Historic Collection." more