An eclectic collection of rare and interesting automobiles from the early years of the automotive age. The NECCM has over 200 classic and vintage vehicles on display in five climate-controlled buildings. Informative videos, period fashions, and more enhance the Museum Experience. Exhibits include the Fabulous Franklins, Cars Made in New York State, the Post-War collection and more.
Museum pertains to Oxford’s history and has a vast collection of railroad memorabilia
An old railroad station that has been restored and is now owned by the Historical Society.
Classic New England style meetinghouse, built 1820.
Built in 1931 it was constructed and designed by the same man that built the Bates’ round barn
Built in 1860 by the Masher Brothers; unique for its molded sheet iron storefront. Currently houses The Butcher, The Baker and the Sandwich maker.
The Afton Museum consists of a barn and house full of historic exhibits.
Theodore Burr, the famous builder of covered bridges, and inventor of the patented Burr Truss, built this Federal style house, as a home for his family, between 1809-1811. It is in fact, the only structure that Burr built which remains in existence today. He spent only two years in his Oxford home when business commitments required he move to Pennsylvania where he remained until his death in 1822. In 1900 the building was given in memory of Eli Lyon Corbin and Abigail Taintor Corbin, his wife, to the Village of Oxford to be used as a library. It has been a library since 1901, and this remarkable piece of architecture was listed on the state and National Register of Historic Places in 1981.
Large, imposing residence built in 1831 that features one of two indoor weathervanes still in existence. 1800’s Kitchen and Servant’s quarters still in use. Preferred Manor was also a stop on the Underground Railroad. Currently owned by Preferred Mutual
Experience the life and handcrafts of the county’s early settlers. Exhibits of past and present industries, Indian artifacts, early railroads and the Chenango Canal.