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Genesee Country Village & Museum

1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford, Wheatland, NY 14511
+1 585-538-6822
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Encompassing more than 600 acres, the Genesee Country Village & Museum is one of the largest living history museums in the country. Located in small hamlet of Mumford, New York, about 20 miles (32 km) from Rochester, New York, USA. First opened to the public in 1976, the authentic 19th-century Historic Village features costumed historians breathing life into many of the 68 relocated and restored historic homes, farms, shops and other public buildings. When you visit during the regular season you will find various historic trades and craftspeople as well as historic cooking and agricultural demonstrations. GCV&M is also home to the John L. Wehle Art Gallery, the Genesee Country Nature Center, Silver Baseball Park, and several Heirloom Gardens. Numerous special events and classes are also offered throughout the year. Our regular open season runs from Mother's Day weekend through Columbus Day, with special programs in November, December and March.
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 16:00
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford, Wheatland, NY 14511
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+1 585-538-6822
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Reviewed 4 March 2015

I have lived in upstate NY my whole life and had never been here before. What a amazing place...should have went sooner. I loved the old houses..and the people dressed in period clothing. There also is a old time baseball game you can watch. Wonderful...More

1  Thank Michelle
Reviewed 18 February 2015

It is a great place to take anyone. From young kids, to older adults. It is a Summertime place. Not open from Oct. through winter but it is a wonderful adventure to learn about the 1700's up through the 1920's. A working village where you...More

1  Thank Barbara K
Reviewed 22 January 2015

Amazing place! They have moved buildings from the surrounding area to create a replicated village from the 1800's. Interpreters are dressed in period clothing and are very knowledgeable and excited to share their stories. Two places to eat, a gift shop, a nature center with...More

1  Thank MimiHeschke
Reviewed 15 October 2014

I haven't visited this museum in quite a few years. My daughter and I went this summer and loved it just as much as we used to. It seems a little bigger than last time we were there. We were a little disappointed that some...More

1  Thank Bonnie48345
Reviewed 15 October 2014

When we pulled up we initially thought the place was closed, as there were so few cars there. I think there were more staff than there were visitors the day we were there. That is one of the beauties of visiting in late September. We...More

1  Thank Brent M
Reviewed 14 October 2014

I remember coming here on field trips as a child and GCVM has this mystical appeal. As an adult, it is not quite a magical, but I still find it entertaining. We took our daughter (4 years old) for the first time this year and...More

2  Thank Charles M
Reviewed 6 October 2014

This was actually my first time visiting and it was for a wedding. The area is just absolutely beautiful. I loved being able to walk around and look at everything. The life in the 1800's is very interesting to learn about. I will definitely be...More

2  Thank kel4377
Reviewed 28 September 2014

We enjoyed our visit so much we went back again the next day & ended up buying a membership. The Village showcases the history of the area through the 1800's. There are 3 separate village areas depicting life in the very early 1800's when the...More

Thank E W
Reviewed 27 September 2014

A gem in the wilderness of Western New York. Enjoyed a Fall visit to the Genesee Country Village and Museum. Definitely worth the price of admission. A week early before the Agriculture Celebration. The Village gets little advertisement if any support from New York State....More

Thank Spikey116
Reviewed 4 September 2014

My wife and I brought our 9 yr old granddaugther to visit Genesee Country Museum. It was wonderful overall. She loved the homes and the actors depicting the 1800's population in terms of dress, conversation, things they did, etc. One could eaisly spend 4 hours...More

Thank Art Z
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Henristill39
1 September 2016|
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Response from DeannaB68 | Property representative |
I am not sure what link you mean, but if you need a lift while visiting GCV&M and the trolley is not running, you need only ask a staff person and they will call someone to assist you.
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cecustard
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Response from Freespirit134 | Reviewed this property |
Hours of operation are as follows: note that the museum is closed on Mondays, and also on Tuesdays after September 10. GCVM is open 10 am-4 pm Tues-Sun, May 7-Sept 4 plus Wed-Sun, Sept 10-Oct 9 & May 30, July 4, Sept 5... More
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Kathleen M
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Response from DeannaB68 | Property representative |
The roadways are gravel. There are a couple sections with a brick walk and a plank walkway section, but for the most part you would travel on the gravel roadways. About 20% of the buildings in the historic village are... More
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