News from Museum
Due to the number of people who have expressed interest in visiting the museum to see our exhibits, particularly the Randolph Mammoth, but cannot make it during our regular weekday hours, we will be adding some Saturday hours to our schedule this summer.
The museum will be open on the first and third Saturdays during July and August from 10-2.
The museum is located in the Stone House, 9824 Route 16 in Machias. Our regular hours are Monday through Thursday from 9-4. Contact us at 716-353-8200 for any additional information.
There is a new exhibit open at the Cattaraugus County Museum and Research Library! Titled "Cattaraugus Patchwork: A Display of Quilts," the exhibit features a number of quilts of several styles made or collected by Cattaraugus County citizens, dating back to the 1860s. This exhibit will run through May, 2017.
The Cattaraugus County Museum is located in the Stone House, 9824 Rt. 16 in Machias. Feel free to call us at 716-353-8200 with any questions.
Cattaraugus County Economic Development, Planning and Tourism is currently requesting proposals for the printing of the Cattaraugus County Snowmobile Brochure.
Cattaraugus County Economic Development, Planning and Tourism is currently requesting proposals for the printing of the Cattaraugus County Heritage Brochure.
Cattaraugus County Historical Museum and Research Library is currently requesting proposals for the printing of the Cattaraugus County Museum Brochure.
The Guide will have an original size of 11"x8.5", and include text and graphics on both sides, using four color processing. There will be 1 page at 11"x8.5", with a trifold taking the completed size to 3.67"x8.5". Please provide quotes for the quantities of 2,500, 3,000 and 3,500.
The Cattaraugus County Museum is thrilled to announce that the Randolph mammoth has returned to Cattaraugus County.
On Saturday, May 19 1934, workers using a power scraper to dig a new pond at the State Fish Hatchery just outside of Randolph unearthed remains of what was determined to be a Colombian mammoth; the first discovery of it's kind in our region. After a few days of public viewing on site at the fish hatchery, the skull and tusks were sent to Albany to be treated and preserved and later placed on display at the State Museum. The Cattaraugus County Museum is excited to announce that after an absence of over 80 years, the Randolph mammoth is returning to Cattaraugus County! The r
The Cattaraugus County Museum and Research Library is pleased to announce the opening of it's new exhibit: "The National Pastime: Baseball in Cattaraugus County Museum." This centerpiece of this exhibit is the museum's Ed Tanner collection, focusing on the stellar career of the Franklinville Frankees standout. In addition we have uniforms, photos, and memorabilia of teams from across Cattaraugus County. If you are interested in baseball or local history, please come check it out!
The Cattaraugus County Museum and Research Library is excited to announce a new event coming this Spring. "Family Day at the Museum" will take place on Saturday, June 18, 2016 from 12-4. Part of New York State's "Path Through History" weekend, this event will be fun for kids of all ages and their families.
There will be live music provided by the WNY Fiddle Kids, hands on activities and games, as well as prizes! In addition, the museum's new exhibit on baseball in Cattaraugus County will be open!