Genesee Country Village & Museum
Genesee Country Village & Museum is the largest living history museum in New York State and the largest collection of historic buildings in the Northeast. The museum, open May 11-Oct. 14, is located in Mumford, N.Y., 20 miles southwest of Rochester and 45 miles east of Buffalo.
For more information, visit www.gcv.org or call (585) 538-6822.
Our regular season is May 11-October 14.
• 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Tuesday-Sunday
• After Labor Day Closed Mondays & Tuesdays, except Oct. 14
General Admission: adults $15.50, youth (4-16) $9.50, seniors 62+ & students with ID $12.50, children under 3 admitted free. For More information Vist out Website!
Step back into a living, working 19th century country village. Explore over 60 historic buildings faithfully restored to their original glory. Meet knowledgeable costumed interpreters who keep the hearth fires burning, the heirloom gardens flourishing, and the livestock tended.
You’ll hear the clanging of the blacksmith’s hammer, smell the aroma of fresh baked pies and bread, roll the hoop with the stick, test your balance on the stilts and otherwise truly experience life in a 19th century American country village. Be sure to catch live demonstrations at the pottery, cooper shop, tinsmith and more. Children especially love our one-room schoolhouse and the 19th century games they can play on the village square. You might even decide to try your hand at making a punched tin ornament.
We offer Educational Programs & Classes for School and Homeschool Groups. The historic village is open for self-guided tours and Focused Field Studies from mid-May through mid-October. Museum educator-guided tours are offered in early May and late October.
The nature center is open for scheduled programs throughout the school year. For exact dates, please call (585) 538-6822 x218. You may schedule your visit for Tuesday through Friday unless otherwise noted. Classes and Scouting Programs We Offer Adult Classes, Day Camps & Scouting Programs, For interesting news and features about the village, visit our blog.