Start your path to a chance to win $250. Enter To Win $250 Dollars By Attending All 3 Salamanca Museums any
TUESDAY or THURSDAY from May 31 to Sept 22.
3 Fun Easy Steps to enter to win $250
Present the coupon for your entire family and friends to all 3 museums and enjoy Exploring Salamanca's Hidden Treasures. Be sure Museum Host records your visit. (Be sure to bring coupon with you to museum.)
Visiting hours MUST BE TUESDAY OR THURSDAY at all 3 museums.
Once you have completed your exploration, please fill out the back of the coupon and drop it off at Redeye Beverage 850 R C Hoag Dr, Salamanca, NY 14779 (In the Little Caesars Plaza) for a free gift!
Tell all your friends the FUN you had and the winner will be drawn and contacted Sept 26.
Salamanca Rail Museum
Do you or members of your family love trains? Then the Salamanca Rail Museum is the place for you! Located in a restored 1912 BR&P rail station , join us and venture back in time to experience the sights, sounds, and stories that reflect the life of the railroader. Go inside our camp car and cabooses and understand what it was like to be “on the road.”
There is no admission charge. We are eagerly awaiting your visit!
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, from noon to 4:00p.m.
Salamanca Historical Museum
Perhaps the most unique building on Main Street and the former home of 2 banks, The Historical Museum offers 3 floors portraying the fascinating history of our town. Stop in and learn why our 41 star flag is a national treasure and see Buffalo Bill’s signature on our hotel register !
125 Main Street, Salamanca, NY 14779
716-945-2946 Open Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday 10:00 am –4:00 pm Free Admission Wheel Chair Access
Seneca Iroquois National Museum
The Seneca-Iroquois National Museum proudly houses an extensive collection of Hodinöhsö:ni’ historical and traditionally designed decorative and every-day-use items and archaeological artifacts. SINM, along with the Seneca Nation Archives Department, are the safe keepers of historical documents, including articles, special publications, historical and family photographs and various multi-media productions regarding the Onöndowa’ga:’ and Hodinöhsö:ni’.