Home » Places Leon Historical Society Museum The museum is located in the heart of Amish country. There you can see artifacts from Leon's history dating back to the early 1800's, which include Civil War items, photos, farm equipment, clothing and more.Leon's history includes a milk plant, several cheese factories, saw mills and Penny Royal Race Track which raced thoroughbred horses and then race cars up until the 1950's.The historcial society sponsors three functions during the year: Leon Fall Festival, which includes craftsman and sportsman tables, chicken bbq, Amish goods for sale and demonstrations in the museum. Open May through October, every Saturday from 10am - 4pm or by appointment by calling Pat at 716-296-5709. Leon Historical Society Museum 62 Main Street Leon, NY 14751 United States Phone: 716-296-5709 42° 14' 25.854" N, 79° 3' 38.6172" W Website: LeonHistoricalSociety.w ... General Information Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown Parking: Unknown RV Parking: Unknown Bus Parking: Unknown Pets Allowed: Unknown Accepts Credit Cards: Unknown Internet Access: Unknown Conference / Meeting / Banquet: Unknown Indoor Pool: Unknown Outdoor Pool: Unknown Swimming: Boat Launch or Dock: Fishing Access: Equestrian Trail Access: Unknown Bicycle Trail Access: Unknown Hiking Trail Access: Unknown Mountain Biking Trail Access: Unknown Snowmobile Trail Access: Unknown Please note Please note that this information may change and may be incorrect Leon Historical Society Museum is categorized in Autumn Spring Summer Museums Rainy Day Culture Enthusiasts Leon Email this page Travel Guide It's a full 56-page comprehensive guide, highlighting the activities and attractions in our County and it's FREE!! View the visitor's guide online or request that the Enchanted Mountains guide be snail mailed to you for FREE! Related Events Take a Hike with Pfeiffer Nature Center Olean Area Outdoor & Rec Sports Show 2017 Friends of Good Music presents Thomaseen Foley's "A Celtic Christmas" Friends of Good Music presents "Murder on the Nile" Olean Theatre Workshop presents "The Spoon River Project"