Mount Morris is a town in Livingston County, New York, United States. The population was 4,465 at the 2010 census. The town and village were named after Robert Morris, the financier of the American Revolution.
Restaurants in Mount Morris
4.5 based on 72 reviews
Great place to go in the summer. Arrive early for a game of miniature golf. After treat yourself to a great Pizza for dinner then hit the Ice Cream Parlor for a dessert, all in one place.
There is also a restaurant where you can order off a menu and have a sit down meal. Plan it right and you can see a movie right after dinner at the Drive In theater.
4 based on 120 reviews
This is a great tour with extremely knowledgeable guides. It operates twice in weekends and once each weekday, bit is limited to 30 persons per tour so get there early. This is a military installation so photos are permitted outside and on the bridge of the dam, however neither cameras nor cell use are permitted inside. There is a 160 ft elevator ride down into the Dam and you walk through drift-like tunnels. May not be the best for those with claustrophobia issues. There is also a long walk down and back up a steep cement ramp to get to the Dam and back. This could be physically challenging. There is plenty of parking and a play ground, a great place to picnic as well. There is a small walk through Peace Corps and Dam display onsite. No gift shop. No charge for this activity.
5 based on 57 reviews
Two brothers moved to the frontier in 1790 to risk their inheritance on land, This elegant manor house was built by James Wadsworth in 1804, and remains in Wadsworth hands to this day. Original furnishings and ephemera are part of the unique appeal of this venue, listed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1972, that is open to the public for scheduled tours.
I would highly recommend this tour, it is not often that you get a private tour which is given by a family member of the historic home. Will was extremely knowledgeable and included lots of detail and interesting facts not only about the home but also about how his family came to Geneseo and the adorable stories about the house relocation. This tour is a highly recommended Geneseo Gem ! Call them to book a tour !
5 based on 4 reviews
A fun place to visit as there are so many different things to check out. Paper items, books, China, glass, textiles, toys, you name it and you might just find what you are looking for.
Tell Ed that Jane sent you to visit.
While in the area, check out the several other shops and restaurants. You will not be disappointed if you like to poke in little shops....you might just find the treasure that you have been looking for.
Be sure to eat in one of the local restaurants. Good food right in the village.
5 based on 61 reviews
By Appointment Only! Tree Creations is a growing tree house village (at a private residence), consisting of themed tree houses connected with rope bridges for all to enjoy! (by appointment)
This is an amazing place to visit. It has been on our to see list for a couple years and we finally made it. Well worth it. Even my teenagers enjoyed it! When we first arrived Joe greeted us at our car with a friendly hello and told us about the treehouses. He let us go explore and then came and checked on us. He answered our questions and pushed my daughter on the amazing swing. His 2 daughters came and cheerfully talked to us and played with us in the trees. Although it is free, we were happy to put some dollars in the donation box they have at the entrance. Thanks Joe and family!
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Dedicated to the recognition of Military personnel and their families for their service and sacrifice through the restoration, preservation of artifacts and flight of aircraft of the World War II and Korean War era. Take a step back in time and immerse yourself in an American Home during WWII. Learn about the military and the equipment, materials and resources they used during wartime. Visit the hangar and visit the large collection of aircraft from that era. Get up close, touch the planes, take a seat in the cockpit! Opportunities for historical flight experiences! Winter hours are Mon, Wed, and Sat 10am - 4PM Summer hours are 7 days a week 10am - 4PM
The National Warplane Museum at Geneseo is a small organization that has worked tirelessly to restore, maintain and present vintage aircraft for display and tours. There are additional aircraft in various stages of restoration as well!
Each Summer they host an airshow which is always a good value. I recommend attending if you are at all in the area.
My sons and I make a trip here at least once a year.
5 based on 3 reviews
Shopping & Retail in the heart of Main Street, Geneseo Specializing in books, toys, games, jewelry, pottery, organic body care, chocolate, caramels, room decor, incense, tea, fair trade and locally made items since 1995.
When you enter Touch of Grayce you are greeted with smiles and warmth and an aura of magic is in the air! They merchandise locally made & ethically sourced products from as close as around the corner to around the world. You can be confident...MoreThank you very much for your kind review! We do all we can to provide a wonderful shopping experience for our community & visitors.
4 based on 7 reviews
The Livingston County Historical Society is an educational institution whose purpose is to present, promote, preserve, and value the rich history of Livingston County via its collections, programming, and partnerships. The Livingston County Historical Society’s Museum houses 200 years of stories and collections from towns in Livingston County.
One visit was insufficient to see and comprehend the extent of local historical object and exhibits. It is also small enough to provide personal service. The museum also offers frequent talks and lectures. We recently enjoyed a talk by an American Indian of Algonquian heritage.
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