Armenian Museum of America is .3 mi. s.w. on Church St., then .1 mi. e. to 65 Main St. Said to house the most extensive collection of Armenian artifacts in North America, the museum details the history and culture of Armenians through books, photographs, textiles, documents, coins, folk costumes, musical instruments and artwork.
The Armenian Genocide: In Memoriam exhibit provides information about the World War I extermination of the Armenians by the Turkish government. The library contains oral history tapes and more than 1,000 rare books.