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What to see along New York's Amish Trail

American Museum of Cutlery

American Museum of Cutlery
9 Main Street
Cattaraugus, NY, 14719 42° 19' 49.0872" N, 78° 52' 7.41" W

716-257-9813

This museum showcases premier examples of knives, swords, edged tools, and weapons.  Located in Historic Cattaraugus, which was our nation's first railroad boomtown in 1849, is an ideal location for such a comprehensive museum because many cutlery companies originated in or around the Village.  The stories of those who used these tools of history have been conserved along with the stories of individuals, collectors and authors who have helped to advance knowledge and appreciation for this very significant componet of the American experience. Read more about American Museum of Cutlery

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Leon Historical Society Museum

Leon Historical Society Museum
Route 62
leon, NY, 14751 42° 17' 38.4468" N, 79° 0' 59.1264" W

716-296-5709

LeonHistoricalSociety.webs.com

Open EVERY Saturday May – October 9am – 4pm FREE ADMISSION Read more about Leon Historical Society Museum

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  • the Persia Town Hall located at the Northern gateway to the trail
  • the Amish Trail Welcome Center in Randolph, New York the Southern gateway to the trail
  • County Center in Little Valley.
  • Information Center on I-86 in Allegany

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