Between 1930 and 2019, Little Falls athletes and teams captured five New York state championships, the last one in 2001. Eighty-nine years, five championships.
Like the rest of the nation, Little Falls residents woke up to a new reality on Jan. 17, 1920, the 18th Amendment was official and for the next 13 years the manufacture, transportation and sale of intoxicating beverages was illegal. Bootleggers, flappers, speakeasies and illegal stills would soon follow and neither the nation nor Little Falls would ever be quite the same.
Urban Renewal Exhibit includes documentation of Little Falls before and after major urban renewal, with a Then and Now map of Main Street.
Vietnam War Exhibit features memorabilia and collections to remember the 130 Little Falls service members who fought in the Vietnam War.
Art and information about Slovakian culture as well as Myjava, the Sister City of Little Falls.
Memorabilia from the First Cheese Market in the United States produced right in Little Falls well into the late 1800’s.
Many elaborate collections of Little Falls Diamonds found right in Little Falls.
Native American weapons, pottery, and jewelry dating back hundreds of years.
The 1912 Little Falls Textile Strike began on October 9, 1912 and was not settled until January 3, 1913.
Memorabilia, collections, and Honor Certificates to remember the service members who fought during World War II and the Korean Conflict.
Trophies, photos, and memorabilia from Little Falls Athletics teams.
Memorabilia and collections reflecting Little Falls musicians and the music of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.
Over the past two centuries the waterways of Little Falls have undergone major alterations.