Education resources along the byway

In addition to being a place of great wonder, Seneca Lake is home to many educational resources.  From local libraries, to historical societies and museums, there's plenty of history and mystery to unravel along the Byway.

 
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LIBRARIES

There are currently three libraries on or in close proximity to the Seneca Lake Scenic Byway.  Just a few blocks south of the Byway, the Watkins Glen Public Library and its neighbor, the International Motor Racing Research Center, are open regularly.  In Hector, the E.B. Pert Memorial Library holds limited hours, while the newly-constructed Elizabeth Garnsey Delavan Library in Lodi is abuzz with fresh energy.


HISTORICAL SOCIETIES

The Schuyler County Historical Society preserves the the rich history of the Finger Lakes by protecting historical sites, documents, and artifacts, while continuing to share valuable stories from the county's past.  The Lodi Historical Society operates in Seneca County, hosting occasional events to promote their town and village's history.

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