The North Tonawanda History Museum will open at its new location by the end of January, Executive Director Howard W. Roeske Jr. said Thursday.
The museum has moved to a one-story building at 712 Oliver St., formerly Deluxe Lanes and later Caesar's Palace, a banquet facility. The property was purchased for $180,000 in June by Friends of North Tonawanda History, a group of museum supporters.
The museum left its former location at 54 Webster St. last year after a mortgage foreclosure.
Roeske said when the museum reopens, it will be open to the public three days a week: Saturday and two weekdays yet to be determined.
A recent $4,000 grant from Niagara County was used to install four ramps to make the building handicapped-accessible.