Western Monroe Historical Society at the Morgan-Manning House
The Western Monroe Historical Society is synonymous with the Morgan Manning House. The society was formed to preserve and restore the Victorian-era Morgan Manning House for the benefit of the public. This stately home is a cornerstone of the Village of Brockport, providing a window on the region’s past. The society fulfills its mission to preserve and interpret the history of the Morgan Manning family and the time period in which they lived through tours of the House, educational programs, community events, school partnerships and scholarship. Membership dues support these efforts; membership is open to all.
Front view of the house
The 4th of July has been cancelled for this year.
However, we will be open for tours, by appointment only, beginning on Monday, May 17th, 2021. Please call us at 585 637-3645 with your name, phone number and how many people will be taking the tour.
A separate tour will be given to you and whoever else is in your group. Our tour guide will be wearing a mask, and everyone in your group is required to wear a face mask, including children.
There is a suggested donation of $5.00 per adult with children being free. Again, these tours are by appointment only starting on Monday, May 17th.
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June 27, 2021 at 4PM - Outdoor Summer Pops Concert on the lawn of the Morgan-Manning House - Free, but reserved seating only. Please see to make reservations.