Das Haus Museum
The Das Haus Museum is a small museum that chronicles the history of Prussian Lutheran immigrants who, in 1843, fled modern day Germany from religious persecution. In all, 800 made the journey and settled in Western New York. The museum houses a library and hosts various events throughout the year, including lectures covering various topics related to the local area. The museum was founded by Eugene Camann who wrote a book about the Prussian settlers titled "Uprooted From Prussia and Transplanted in America."