Clarence History Museum Hours
2nd and 4th Sundays
1:00 - 3:00pm

Museum is closed January and February
10465 Main Street
Clarence, NY 14031
 (716) 759-8575

Welcome to the Historical Society of the Town of Clarence

The Historical Society of the Town of Clarence cares for the Clarence Historical Museum, The Goodrich-Landow Cabin, and the Watchman's Shanty, all located on the grounds at 10465 Main Street, Clarence, NY.

We have several new exhibits including Norman Rockwell, courtesy of the Stafford family, V.K. Model Aircraft (Mr. Vernon Krehibiel) planes, and Railroading in WNY, courtesy of Trustee, Jon Rothenmeyer. We have also enhanced the Pre-Contact & Material Culture from WNY exhibit, created by Trustee Joseph McGreevy and UB Professor Douglas Perrelli.

Become a Member

Our members are protectors and preservationists, people who care about the Town of Clarence and its heritage.

Greatbatch Exhibit

The Clarence History Museum is proud to showcase Greatbatch's original red barn, carefully reassembled to look as it did in the early 1960's

Programs & Events

Join us! Throughout the year we have educational programs of historic significance. 

Goodrich – Landow Cabin

Built circa 1820. Open during museum open hours and activities – weather permitting