Experience 100 years of LeRoy's unique history as you tour the LeRoy House. Built in 1822 as a home for Jacob LeRoy, land agent for the 86,000 acre Triangle Tract, the museum has three floors open to the public.
Learn about LeRoy's Ingham University, founded in 1837, the first women's university to grant a four-year degree. Discover how LeRoy became the birthplace of the stringless green bean cultivated by Calvin Keeney. Take an optional 17-mile driving tour that explores our involvement in the perilous Underground Railroad journey of slaves to freedom before the Civil War.
|Open May -||Donations||23 East Main St.|
|October||accepted||LeRoy, NY 14482|
|Hours may vary||585-768-7433|
|Call for info|