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.


Civil War Encampment
Reynolds' Battery L Co-Sponsor
Saturday, September 30th
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Alzheimer's Walk
Saturday, October 7th, 9am-Noon
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Canandaigua Christkindl Market
Dinner & Dance

Saturday, November 4th, 5:30pm
Music by the Skycoasters
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Canandaigua Christkindl Market
November 10-12
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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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2017 Summer Camp
July 17-21, 2017


Tour the Granger Homestead, built in 1816. Explore the hidden areas of the mansion not on the public tour, including the attic, the kitchen, and servants’ quarters in the basement. Learn about the four generations of the Granger family who lived in the house, as well as the young girls who attended the Granger Place School here from 1876-1905.

Bake in the Homestead’s kitchen, and enjoy a formal tea party in the Victorian Parlor.

Learn to make Granger-era crafts. Make an autograph book like Antoinette Granger or try your hand at several other period crafts, including candle dipping, making a straw hat, needlework and more!

Have fun making (and eating!) home-made ice cream for a special treat. Play old-fashioned games on the lawn, including Graces and croquet.

Tour the Carriage Museum to catch a glimpse of life during the horse-drawn era, making new discoveries with a scavenger hunt in the barns.



Fee: $75.00 members
$85.00 non-members

Fee discounted $5.00 for second child/same family

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