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Chemung County History
Celebrates all the facets of our area. Hometown Elmira, My Kind of Town, Mark Twain, General John Sullivan, Elmira Prison Camp, trivia, Slabtown, Michel Fortlouis, Indians, african americans, Madame X of Railroad Avenue, and 100 Years Ago in Elmira bring life to the past with old photographs, paintings, prints, advertisements, and postcards.

The Corning Museum of Glass
Provides information about exhibits, demonstrations, shops, membership, and more.

The Rockwell Museum of Western Art
The museum is on the trail to developing dynamic new installations and programs, all focused on its outstanding collection of Western and Native American art.

The National Soaring Museum
View vintage sailplanes and the history of this exciting sport on top of beautiful Harris Hill, the "Soaring Capitol of America."

The Glenn H. Curtiss Museum
Curtiss Museum highlights the "Spirit of Innovation" which made Glenn Curtiss successful as a cyclist, motorcyclist, aviator, engineer and entrepreneur.

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art
The Johnson Museum of Art has one of the finest collections of art in upstate New York and is recognized as one of the most important university museums in the country.

The Arnot Art Museum
The Arnot Art Museum is a world-class institution of fine art. The museum displays its permanent collection of 17th to 19th century European paintings, 19th and 20th century American art. Temporary exhibitions highlight various aspects of the collections and include works from around the world.

The Caldwell Gallery
Established in 1973, The Caldwell Gallery is known as a firm capable of delivering the highest quality fine art, at any budget level, for both beginning and seasoned collectors. Their passion for bringing extraordinary artworks into the lives of their clients is achieved with the highest level of expertise and discretion.
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