200 Robert Dann Drive
Painted Post, NY 14870-9102
Phone: (607) 962-4444
Fax: (607) 937-5397
Arts & Museums
The Jenning's Tavern, popularly known as the Benjamin Patterson Inn is a historic inn and tavern that is spread over less than one acre of land. This tow levels structure designed in the Federal style of architecture is said to be the oldest frame building of that area. It features the dining room, the kitchen, an open fireplace, the long rooms and the guest quarters, and a beautiful collection of the things present in the home.
The Corning Museum of Glass is a celebration of glass, "not just for looking at or through." There are about 45,000 glass objects here, hands on exhibits that explore the art, science and technology of glass, daily glass-blowing demonstrations, a glass-working studio, a world class research library and market. See the website to know more.
Situated in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York, The Rockwell Museum of Western Art displays a collection of Native American and Western artwork. It showcases paintings at its themed galleries which include Wilderness, Buffalo, Horse, Indian and Cowboy. Its educational program and tours, affiliated with the New York State Learning Standards, is particularly enjoyable for students between 8 and 12 years of age. There is also a National Geographic Collection of The Greatest Photographs of the American West, which is a favorite among visitors. Music, Margaritas & Sunsets is a special program hosted by the museum, every Wednesday, which includes a series of musical concerts. For a slice of Native American history, be sure to visit this museum.
Believed to be the earliest commercial structure in the town of Elmira, New York, the Chemung Canal Bank Building was established in 1832. The building was occupied by the Chemung Canal Trust Company for about 76 years, after which a number of law firms set up offices in it. Today, this Greek Revival and Traditional Federal style building is owned and maintained by the Chemung County Historical Society, who have opened it as a local history museum and a library, both open to the public. The building has become a significant landmark of Elmira.