"The old Land Office is a common reminder of all the grandfathers and great grandfathers of Western New York. Their frequent pilgrimages to the Land office was a feature of their lives... It was to them a social, religious and political headquarters, while they felled the trees and let the sunlight down through the woods to invite production in the fertile soil."
--John Kennedy, Former Superintendent of Batavia Schools
Friends of the Holland Land Office Museum, We are currently running a survey to help better your museum experience. If you can share a few minutes of your time, it would be extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! https://goo.gl/forms/gyj6CcFgW0QgomYI3
We at the Holland Land Office Museum have been watching the current circumstances regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. Though we had originally planned to stay open, with the recent updates to the situation within our local community, the Board of Directors and I have decided to close the museum to the public for the recommended two week period until April 1st. This closure is in addition to canceling and rescheduling the remainder of events scheduled for the remainder of March. We will be continually evaluating the situation as April approaches and will keep everyone updated if we decide to cancel or reschedule further events. Any updates to our situation will be communicated through our website, Facebook page, and email. Should you have any questions please feel free to contact the museum by phone at 585-343-4727 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guest Speaker Series - POSTPONED
Western New York Men in WWI
Java With Joe "E" - POSTPONED
Public Presence and Secret Injustice: Women of Genesee County, 1802 to Present
History Trivia Night
Saturday Morning Children's Program
14th Annual Antique Show and Sale
Cancelled (new date TBD)