We are open! We have reopened July 1 under the safety procedures recommended by New York State. This includes contact tracing, following social distancing guidelines, and wearing a mask. Our main exhibit scheduled for this summer has been postponed, as well as most of our scheduled events. However, we currently have a display of fireman’s equipment up in our main gallery, and our annual O Tannenbaum event is scheduled as planned for November/December. All events until OT, including our Walk Among the Dead, have been cancelled as a safety precaution.
Welcome to the
Tioga County Historical Society
Preserving our stories for over 100 years

Founded in 1914, the Tioga County Historical Society is an educational organization which collects, preserves, and interprets the history of Tioga County, New York. The Society facilitates access to our collections and programs to promote education for members, residents of Tioga County, and the general public, including students, scholars, tourists and visitors. TCHS is comprised of a museum, research library, genealogical archive, and a historic carriage house. We are located in the historic Village of Owego, NY on the banks of the Susquehanna River.

 
   

 
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We must raise the majority of our operating expenses through memberships, donations, and fundraisers.  Membership allows TCHS to provide exhibits, programming, research, and educational opportunities to support our mission.  As a member, your benefits include free admission to the Museum and special events as well as free use of the research library and access to our extensive genealogy archive.


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Donate the deposit $ from your returnable

bottles and cans

The Museum has partnered with Neighborhood Redemption Center, located at 763 State Route 17C in Owego and 2 Badger Ave in Endicott.  When you drop off your returnable bottles and cans and mention the Tioga County Historical Society the Museum will receive your 6 cents per item.  No need to count the items as well, just drop them off and identify the Museum as the beneficiary. Help the environment and help the Museum save the past for the future.  Thanks so much – we’re counting on you to do your part.