About the Cambria Historical Society

4153 Lower Mountain Road
Cambria, New York 14094

Cambria Historical Hall Hours
Cambria Historical Society Meetings are held at the Cambria Historical Hall on the third Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm with presentations or speakers following at 7:30 pm
(No Meetings will be held November through May)
The museum is also open to the general public the third Saturday of the month from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
*Appointments to visit the Cambria Historical Hall (Old Town Hall) may be arranged by contacting the Town Historian at historian@townofcambria.com.

Please check the homepage of this website and our Facebook page for last minute changes to meetings and open house hours before you visit.

Our Mission
The mission of the Cambria Historical Society is to research, record and preserve the history of the Town of Cambria, New York, to maintain a museum for the presentation of such history to the populace, to present the history of the town publicly, and to conduct educational programs on the history of the town and region.

History of the Historical Society
The Cambria Historical Society was formed in when a group of interested residents got together to share their common interest in the history of the Town of Cambria. The first meeting was held on March 9, 1971 at the Cambria Volunteer Fire Company Hall and continued in that location until 1974. At that point, meetings were held in the Old Town Hall (or Historical Hall) at the corner of Lower Mountain and Cambria-Wilson Roads where they continue to this day.

As always, the Cambria Historical Society is open to anyone interested in the history of the Town of Cambria area and the early history of Niagara County.

Annual Individual memberships: $5 per year
Annual Family memberships: $8
(includes children under 18 years of age)
Dues are payable upon membership and due annually by January 1, and before March 31.