The Safe Haven Museum and Education Center has announced that the museum is now open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. from Tuesday through Sunday. This is the official start of the summer season at Safe Haven, which is located on 2 East Seventh St. in Oswego, right across from the community pool and only a short distance away from Fort Ontario.
AmeriCorps member Ryan Bergman, who works at the museum through the Oswego County AmeriCorps program said, â€œThe great thing about this location is that itâ€™s the most recent of the historical sites in town. It is also one of a kind; this location was the only spot in the country where refugees were taken in from WWII Europe. It is a case of it being their story, but our history.â€