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A wonderful resource for those researching family roots from Queens County, and especially Liverpool. Didn't visit the museum part of the building but accessed the research centre (a $5 daily fee is suggested) and with the assistance of one of their staff, discovered some new...More
We were in Liverpool and decided to visit the Queens County Museum. I enjoy genealogy research and thought that the gift shop my have some books of interest to me.
The gift shop has a large selection of merchandise and a number of history and...More
We went to a part of this museum known as the Thomas Raddell Center in order to do some genealogical research. We found the staff helpful and the little Maritime Museum quite interesting. We did not visit the larger museum but what we saw was...More
I frequently go to the Queens County Museum to see the exhibits, and also to browse and shop for gifts. They have a good selection of local books, crafts and other gifts that you won't find anywhere else, and they have reasonable prices and no...More
Hidden away, looked like this was closed from the road, doors covered by trees, not selling your museum very well. Once in was a great place to learn about the privateers and the war of 1812 on the New England coast. This was the best...More
Wonderful place to learn about the beginnings of Canada and how the sailors worked the coast during the war. Some very famous people have actually come from this area.
Great staff very friendly and helpful.
This more of a research area than a museum.It had not very many things to look at,but it had a very large research area.I would think twice about going back here again. I feel it was a waste of money to visit this museum.