Located in the historic Gladstone on US Route 20, the Richfield Springs Historic Association and Museum houses an impressive collection of artifacts, photos, and writings depicting more than 150 years of life in this rural Central New York area. Browse their growing collection of school yearbooks, landmark celebration artifacts, maps, and video presentations to add to your knowledge of life in rural New York State.
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May - November: Friday - Sunday 10am - 3pm. Outside of those hours please call to make an appointment.
Spring Park, with its signature clock and venerable band stand, are the centerpieces of the village of Richfield Springs, located midway on the designated NYS Route 20 Scenic Byway. Once home to hotels and guest houses, seven trains of visitors arrived daily to enjoy the health benefits of Richfield's sulphur springs.