"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!
The museum will be closed Saturday, November 11
in observance of Veteran's Day
Thursday, November 9th
Shadow By the Bridge, Presentation & Book Signing
Shadow By the Bridge is a piece of historical fiction set in Linden during the Linden Murders.
Friday, November 17th
16th Annual Wonderland of Trees Kick off Event
Tickets $25 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under
Wonderland of Trees open through the end of December 2017
Saturday, December 2nd
Back in the Day: Snapshots of Local History, the way I see it!
Presentation & Book Signing with Anne Marie Starowitz
Friday & Saturday, January 12-13, 2018
Presentation & Book Signing with David J. Fitzpatrick
Author of Emory Upton: Misunderstood Reformer
More Details to Come
NEW EXHIBIT ON DISPLAY!