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Visit the Fulton County Historical Society this Summer

Fulton County Historical Society summer hours are

  • June: Sat. & Sun., 12-4pm
  • July 1 though Labor Day: Thu.-Sun. 12-4pm (Closed July 4th)
  • Labor Day through Columbus Day: Sat. & Sun. 12-4pm

Join us for these great events this month!

Open Mic Night with Bill Ackerbauer
Friday, June 7th, 6-8pm • Free (donations appreciated)

Back by popular demand — kick off our 2024 First Friday series with an Open Mic Night, hosted by Bill Ackerbauer! Family-friendly performances of song, spoken word, and comedy are welcome! Performer spots will be available for sign up at the door. Please bring your own chairs and feel free to bring snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.

Iron-Hearted: The 115th NY Volunteer Regiment in the Civil War with David Brooks
Tuesday, June 18th, 6pm • $5 donation

During the Civil War, Colonel Simeon Sammons received authority to recruit a regiment in the counties of Fulton, Hamilton, Montgomery and Saratoga, with headquarters at Fonda. On August 26, 1862, it mustered in the service of the United States for three years. Join local historian David Brooks in an exploration of the history of the “Iron-Hearted Regiment.”

Fulton County Historical Society Mission

The mission of the Fulton County Historical Society is to acquire, preserve and promote the history of Fulton County, NY and to convey the significance to the public with tours, exhibits, programs, and research.​

Fulton County Historical Society Vision

The Fulton County Historical Society and Museum will be a vibrant history center and museum engaging the community and its residents in supporting and investing in the collection, preservation, and interpretation of Fulton County’s past.