Heritage Square Museum is the only location in Wayne County that lets its visitors experience a traditional 19th-century settlement. On thirteen acres, the museum houses ten buildings with household and industrial items used by the earlier settlers of Ontario. Heritage Square Museum is owned and operated by the Town of Ontario Historical & Landmark Preservation Society. The society is chartered by the New York State Education Department and is an IRS determined nonprofit organization.

7147 Ontario Center Rd.

Ontario, NY 14519


The museum is open on weekends from June to November from 1:30pm to 4pm.

Last tours start at 3pm.

We are closed on holiday weekends.


Adults: $6.00

Seniors: $5.00

16 & Under: $5.00

Families: $20.00

For more information or to schedule a private tour, contact Ann Welker at (315) 524-9330.

For school tours, contact Sean Doran at (585) 627-3526 or at seandoran331@gmail.com.

Map of Heritage Square Museum

Timeline of Ontario's Progression

The timeline can be found between the train station and barn.

Contact us at heritagesqmuseum@yahoo.com