Starr Clark Tin Shop and Underground Railroad Museum

3250 Main Street
Mexico, NY 13114
(315) 963-7853


Abolitionist and tinsmith Starr Clark hosted meetings and gave refuge to African-American slaves in this building from the mid 1830s to the Civil War. A well-documented site of the Underground Railroad, the refurbished building includes UGRR exhibits and artifacts. PIT Cru paranormal investigators find the site to be “very interesting” and witnesses have reported shadows, voices, and the feeling of being touched.

Opportunities for visitors:

Ghost hunts (up to 15 participants) and guided tours (no minimum, up to 30 participants) available by reservation. Paranormal group investigations by appointment.

Days/times of operation:

The Mexico Museum will be open every Saturday from 12 noon to 4 pm from May to December. You may also make an appointment by calling Betty (315-963-7657).


Call 315-963-7853 for investigations fee.  Museum admission is free.

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