The Cheektowaga Historical Association Incorporated is chartered by the State of New York Board of Regents and is a Not-For-Profit Corporation recognized as a public charity under section 501 (3) (c) of the internal revenue code.
The Cheektowaga Historical Association collects, preserves and exhibits artifacts and other material depicting or directly affecting life in the area of the Town of Cheektowaga.
The association uses these artifacts to inform and educate the public about lifestyles and livelihoods of its residents. The collections try to tie the past to the present by showing the changes that influenced the growth of Cheektowaga.
The museum is located at 3329 Broadway next door to the town hall and in front of the senior center. We are open the first Sunday 2-4 PM of each month. We will also open by appointment, 684-6544.
Our museum has displays from the early days of Cheektowaga to the most recent memory of the Buffalo Drive In.