An 1881 Queen Anne style house features nine rooms decorated in turn-of-the century Victoriana. The Olean Pointe Museum is a converted carriage house on the Bartlett House property. It depicts the history of Olean since its founding in 1808. Genealogy requests can be made here and this Center works with the local schools to teach the kids researching. Community activities are held here, including the Victorian Christmas displays. Mondays and Tuesdays are reserved for house projects and for historian research.
David Deckman, Historian
Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 1pm to 5pm
or by appointment
Contact us at: (716) 376-5642
or email firstname.lastname@example.org Call for reservations and to schedule a walking tour.