Livingston County Heritage Tours

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April 2022 update: explore our brand-new browser-based platform from STQRY!

Utilize everyday technology to access these virtual tours onsite or from afar! Each trail makes stops at important locations and landmarks around the county. Charge your phone and start exploring Livingston County's history for yourself through Livingston County Heritage Tours!

Tips:

  • Click on the map icon (map icon from STQRY) on the top right for a map of each tour
  • View the master maps from the bottom bar for all stops in the county

Livingston County has over 130 known burial grounds. This trail represents a sampling of cemeteries from across the county.

Check out this new list to find all the STQRY tour stops in your area. Includes a few new points of interest in addition to the former favorites!

Explore some of the religious buildings and sites all over Livingston County.

The Civil War impacted every community in Livingston County in the 1860s and beyond. Travel to each corner of the county to engage with the landmark obelisks and halls created to remember the conflict and those from the area who served.

Explore a map of all extant historical markers in Livingston County and groupings of markers by subject, such as Prominent People, Firsts, and Seneca Sites.

Some landmarks are visible from well-traveled roads, and others are "off the beaten path." No matter your level of adventurousness, this audio tour from the County Historian will take you there! From historic places of worship to secluded forests, this tour has something for everyone.

Livingston County’s communities all have many stories to tell through historic artifacts - photographs, textiles, war planes, paintings, agricultural implements, and arrowheads are just a few you’ll find on this trail of historical museums.

Follow in the footsteps of Gen. Sullivan’s Expedition with this trail, which traces the western-most point of the Revolutionary War conflict. Learn about the national and international tensions that played out in 1779, culminating in a deadly ambush.

This trail highlights interesting places where women left their mark, changed the status quo, or enriched the lives of others behind the scenes. Visitors will find sites related to Native American history, art, education, health, politics, recreation, and suffrage, just to name a few. The trail will be expanded with the goal of achieving as much diversity as possible.


Updated April 2022