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Grace Episcopal Church Complex
7 Phelps Street
Lyons, NY 14489
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This complex includes Grace Episcopal Church, constructed of gray limestone and built in a modified Gothic design. It was completed in 1840 and consecrated on January 14, 1841. Also included in the complex are the Rectory, just south of the church, purchased in 1850, and a Parish House just west of the Church.
Hotchkiss Essential Oil Building
Corner Water Street and Leach Road
Lyons, NY 14489
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Phone: 315-946-0097
Home of the H.G. Hotchkiss Essential Oil Company for over 100 years. The H.G. Hotchkiss Company, known as “Peppermint King” throughout the world, had a very distinguished history in Wayne County, and made Lyons peppermint oil capital of the world. Open by appointment only.
United States Post Office
1-5 Pearl Street
Lyons, NY 14489
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Constructed in 1931 to 1932, the Lyons Post Office is significant as an intact example of the small federal buildings erected in New York State during the 1920s and 1930s. It reflects the acceptance of the Colonial Revival as the most popular style for government buildings. It was constructed as part of the public works projects initiated by the United States government during the Great Depression.
Water Street/Broad Street Historic District
Broad Street South of Pearl Street
Lyons, NY 14489
This historic district is a T-shaped commercial area lying along the northern edge of the Erie Canal. It includes properties on both sides of Broad Street south of Pearl Street and both sides of Water Street from number 89 and number 78 to 84 at the western end to number 35 and number 38 to 40 at the eastern end.
Wayne County Historical Society Museum
21 Butternut Street
Lyons, NY 14489
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Phone: 315-946-4943
Located in the former sheriff's residence and county jail. Built in 1854, the museum offers visitors a unique look at 19th century life. Permanent exhibits offer something of interest to the whole family. Open Tuesday through Friday, 10 am to 4 pm, Saturdays by appointment, or by chance.
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