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Oriskany Museum

The Oriskany Museum was founded in 1967 by the Battle of Oriskany Historical Society. The museum focuses on the Battle of Oriskany, the Village of Oriskany, and the USS Oriskany CV-CVA 34, which was named after the Battle of Oriskany.


Located in the heart of Oriskany, the museum has exhibits on village landmarks, such as Trinkaus Manor, Summit Park, Holland Farms, and the Oriskany Central School District, along with local maps, artwork, and many artifacts of military history. 

For questions please contact historian Alexis Albright at


Oriskany Museum

420 Utica Street/PO Box 284

Oriskany, New York 13424


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