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.