CNY Living History Center
The CNY Living History Center consists of 3 separate museums; the Brockway Truck Museum, the Homeville Museum, and the Tractors of Yesteryears.
Even though there are three separate museums you can still visit all of them together. Brockway Truck Museum is exactly what you would think and is full of trucks big and small. Tractors of Yesteryears has an amazing collection of tractors on display and Homeville Museum pays homage to the military.
Adults $10, Seniors $9
Children (6 to 18) $5
Children (5 & under) Free
Active Military (with ID) Free.
Call for group rates!
Open: Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 5pm
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