Various locations around Vernon could be considered historically important. Here are the sites that are registered by New York State or the National Park Service as historic landmarks.
National Register of Historic Places
Vernon United Methodist Church (more)
Vernon Center Green Historic District
- Vernon Center Green (also known as Maple Park). Laid out in 1798 as a New England style green [more]
- The Gazebo, a late Victorian Gazebo built in the middle of the green, built 1902, typical of New England style park architecture. [more]
- Vernon Center Presbyterian Church (now This Old Church) [more]
- Parkside Methodist Church and Parsonage of Vernon Center [more]
Oneida Community Mansion House
Mission Church – Of The Oneidas Built By Rev. Eleazer Williams 1818 Moved In 1842 From Oneida Castle By Unitarians. Vernon Town Hall Since 1892.
Vernon Bank – Founded and built in 1839 by Abraham Van Eps and John Knox. Chartered as a National Bank in 1865. [more]
Oneida Indian Burial Ground
Oneida Castle – Chief Village Of Oneida Tribe Of Indians Members Of Iroquois Confederacy
Skenandoah Boulder – [Site of former Oneida Chief Skenandoah’s Oneida Castle home.]