About Us

 
It's time.
 
Over 12,000 years ago, receding glaciers carved the pristine lakes, deep gorges, and spectacular  waterfalls of the Finger Lakes Region. Lush sunflower fields, acres of vineyards, year-round and seasonal residences, farmland and forests line the shores of our 11 lakes. It's time this celebrated region had a museum of its own. Imagine a place that inspires, educates, and entertains. Imagine a place where centuries of cultural and natural history come to life.
Imagine the Finger Lakes Museum. 

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3369 Guyanoga Road

 Branchport, NY 14418

communications@fingerlakesmuseum.org

Tel: 315-595-2200

A Cultural and Natural History Museum

© 2019 by Finger Lakes Museum 

 

The Townsend-Grady Wildlife Preserve

The Townsend-Grady Wildlife Preserve has served as a natural water filtration system for over 160 square miles of agricultural and residential runoff for thousands of years. Without these wetlands, chemicals and biological products found in the runoff would disrupt the delicate balance of the Keuka Lake Watershed. The FLM is developing trails, boardwalks, and interpretive signs for the Preserve.