The DCHA Galleries
DCHA features two exhibit galleries.
A new exhibit entitled Delaware County History Highlights was installed in the summer of 2017. This exhibit explores some of the larger topics in the history of Delaware County including the Anti-Rent War, Railroads, Industry, Wars, Reservoirs and Tourism.
Also on display in the Main Gallery is a semi-permanent exhibit: "This Valley used to be all Farms..." A Celebration of Delaware County's Agricultural Traditions.
The Elijah Thomas Gallery hosts a variety of exhibits throughout the year.
What's for Dinner? Cookware From Collections is currently on display.
This exhibit explores a variety of foodways in Delaware County such as butter making, maple syrup and canning. All items on display are from DCHA's collection. Items on display include butter churns, grinders, mixers, baking pans, toasters, kettles and cookbooks. On display through August 31, 2022 Open Tuesday -Saturday from 11am to 4pm.
Inside our exhibit galleries, gift shop and library, face masks or coverings are required at all times. Visitors who are not part of the same household should stay socially distanced at all times. The number of visitors at any one time may be limited.
DCHA will reserve the right to deny access to the museum, gift shop and library if there is any cause for concern for the safety and well-being of our staff and visitors. Please don't hesitate to contact us with questions or concerns. Call 607-746-3849, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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