Stone Arabia Schoolhouse Museum
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|Facility:||Stone Arabia Schoolhouse Museum|
|Description:||Stone Arabia School, also known now as Stone Arabia Schoolhouse Museum, was built in 1854 in Cicero, New York. It is significant as "an outstanding example of a mid-nineteenth century modest Greek Revival style one-room schoolhouse". It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2007.
It is operated by a local history group, the Cicero Historical Society, and is open on weekends during the summer. Also included at the site is a historic log cabin.
It is located on New York State Route 31 just east of South Bay Road which runs from Syracuse to Oneida Lake.
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|Address 1:||6453 State Route 31|
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|Hours:||These facilities are open and manned by volunteers each second Sunday of each months of April through December between the hours of 11:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Access is also available by appointment: http://www.ciceronyhistorical.org/contact.aspx|
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