Oneida County History Center
Annual Subscription Rates
All membership benefits for one person. *Up to age 22*
All membership benefits for one person.
All membership benefits for two adults & all children 18 and younger living in the same household.
Includes two individual memberships plus two guest cards.
All memberships are good for one calendar year from date of purchase.
History comes alive at the Oneida County History Center. Membership is one of the most rewarding ways you and your family can experience the excitement of Oneida County's past, present, and future. We invite you to join us as a member by choosing the benefit level that is right for you:
A subscription to the Oniota
Our newsletter keeps you informed of events and activities happening at your History Center, including previews of upcoming programs and exhibits. You'll also find special features and stories of local historical interest.
Free or Discounted Admission
To our exhibit gallery and the many programs and activities always taking place at the center, which includes special exhibits, demonstrations, lectures and presentations.
To volunteer your time and talents on projects ranging from the construction and staging of exhibits, to maintaining the center's collections, to helping others enjoy them. Visit our volunteer page for more information.
Free use of Research Library
Named in memory of a past president and leading benefactor of the center, the library houses thousands of rare photographs, books, directories, manuscripts, newspapers and other periodicals, maps, and reference files. Valued by educators, researchers, writers, and others interested in the area's history. Researching family genealogy is one of its most popular uses.
Full Voting Privileges
To help shape the center's future
On special services provided by the center and its staff, and the many publications available at our onsite bookstore, which caters to local authors and topics of interest to the Mohawk Valley.
To share your collections and historical interest with others, including members and staff and to serve as a docent historian.