Travel back in time as one of our knowledgeable docents leads you through the Granger Homestead and Carriage Museum.  Listen to stories of the four generations of Grangers, who lived in this magnificent home from 1816-1930.


Loaf & Ladle

Wednesday, February 7th
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Gideon's Gift Gallery, our Museum's Gift Shop has new items! We've also added a few items to our website, so you can order directly from home!


Limited Edition Laura Wilder Bicentennial Print is now available, claim yours in our Gift Gallery!




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Who are we?

The Granger Homestead Society is a not-for-profit organization. Our holdings consist of an 1816 Federal House and furnishings, one of the largest horse-drawn vehicle collections in Western New York State, five outbuildings, and twelve acres of land in Canandaigua, NY.

Over 350 members, a core of dedicated volunteers, a history of committed community leaders serving as trustees on the Board of Trustees; these are the people who keep their Homestead alive. They clean, bake, paint, construct, and instruct. They give tours, drive horses and raise money.

We are a totally self-sustaining organization. Grants help us with special projects, but our operating expenses are raised by memberships, gifts, bequests, and special events. We are fiscally solvent. Membership is 20% of our operating funds.