The historic Salisbury Covered Bridge is the last remaining one in Herkimer County. It was one of seven covered bridges in Salisbury alone. Built in 1875 by Alvah Hopson at his home due to his ill health, it was then transported to its current location over Spruce Creek. The bridge features the authentic Burr Arch, large wooden pegs and spans 50 feet.
Standing for more than 200 years, the home of Augustus Frisbie was the first framed house in Salisbury Center and also the first Inn. There was a tavern down stairs and a large ballroom upstairs. The house had various owners until 1981 when the Salisbury Historical Society purchased and restored it. Today it is the home of many historical exhibits.
Organized in 1890 the Grange #624 has met at the current location of the Grange Hall since 1929. It held many activities including card parties, suppers, agricultural fairs and musical acts. In addition to social activities, they have also helped bring about legislative change in town including being among the first to have improved highways. The Red Cross utilized the facility during World War I.