The 1890 House Museum has reopened to the public for tours and events such as weddings, dinners, luncheons, meetings, conferences, delayed graduation parties, and showers.
Masks are required for any entry and other phase four guidelines must also be adhered to.
Guests must also call ahead or reserve online to book a visit at the1890house.org.
“Thank you to our community and friends of the Museum for your support during this challenging time. We look forward to seeing you.” – David C. Lane, Executive Director
Meanwhile, the Cortland County Historical Society will also open under phase four guidance on Tuesday (July 7), although the James Suggett House Museum and Kellogg Memorial Research Center will remain closed.
Distance research is being offered which is free to members.
Historical Society officials say their priority with reopening is to “respond to the growing backlog of research requests, in the order in which they were received.”
Research requests can still be emailed to to email@example.com.