Medora Ball Museum

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The Medora Ball Museum is a church that was built in the early 1860's and displays the local history of the Town of Otto.

Inside you will find listings of prominent people that lived in Otto, along with historical events, Civil War artifacts, photos, clothing displays and records of those who served in the Armed Forces. Genealogical information from this area may be found here as well.

Open

July & August only; Sundays - 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
Any other day or time of year, call for an appointment 716-257-9836 or 716-549-5379.

 

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Madora Ball Museum
9068 Otto/East Otto Road
Otto, NY 14766
United States
Phone: 716-257-9836, 716-549-5379
42° 21' 21.3156" N, 78° 49' 52.806" W

General Information

  • Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
  • Parking: Yes
  • RV Parking: No
  • Bus Parking: No
  • Pets Allowed: Unknown
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Unknown
  • Internet Access: No
  • 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

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