Cultural Institutions

Cultural Institutions

Seneca County

Brief Description of the county

Seneca County is in the western part of New York in the Finger Lakes Region, bounded on the east by Cayuga Lake and on the west by Seneca Lake.  Seneca County comprises the Seneca Falls, NY Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Rochester-Batavia-Seneca Falls, NY Combined Statistical Area.

The Edith B. Ford Memorial Library provides access to information and programs to inspire lifelong learning for the cultural, educational, and professional enrichment of the community.

Founded in 1951 the society has grown from a few local members dedicated to “Collecting, preserving and disseminating all things related to the history of South Seneca County, the Town of Covert and the Village of Interlaken,"" to members across...

Established in 1902, today the mission of the Interlaken Public Library is to provide public access to technology, educational and entertaining material that covers a diverse array of topics that meet the needs of the local community.

The mission of the Lodi Whittier Library is to provide a vibrant, welcoming place for people of all ages to foster learning and discovery.

The mission of the Seneca Falls Library is to serve the community’s educational, informational and leisure needs through the provision of literary materials, programs, meeting venues and multimedia services.