The Genesee Country Village & Museum is the largest living history museum in New York State, encompassing the Historic Village, Nature Center, and John L. Wehle Gallery. In the Historic Village, 68 buildings from the 19th century range from a pioneer farm to a Victorian mansion, each bringing history to life. Costumed interpreters share knowledge and stories of daily life, trades, and culture, including the blacksmith, potter, tinsmith, and farmers. The John L. Wehle Gallery featured extraordinary collections of 19th-century clothing, wildlife, and sporting art. New for 2022 is "Duck, Duck, Shoot! The Story of American Waterbirds," a sprawling exhibition exploring waterfowling in the 19th century and its ties to conservation movements in the 20th century. The Nature Center offers five miles of marked trails and programs throughout the year. The Museum grounds also offers restaurants, a pub, shopping experiences, classes and programs for all ages, and more. Plan your visit now at gcv.org!