Explore the stories of Geneva’s people and places, ordinary and extraordinary, at the Geneva History Museum. The museum is housed in the Prouty-Chew House on the city’s historic South Main Street. The museum also houses Historic Geneva’s offices, a research room, and collections. Exhibits include two furnished period rooms, a children’s discovery room, and the long-term exhibit Geneva’s Changing Landscapes, which focuses on the growth and history of Geneva. Two galleries provide changing exhibits throughout the year. The gift shop features souvenirs and local history books.
Historic Geneva owns and operates three properties in the Geneva area: Rose Hill Mansion, Johnston House, and the Geneva History Museum.
Summer Hours (May 1- October 31): Monday-Saturday, 9:30am-4:30pm.
Winter Hours (November 1- April 30): Tuesday-Saturday, 9:30am-4:30pm.
Research Room Hours: Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, by appointment.
Admission: Suggested donation $5 per person.