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Nice exhibits and artifacts of yesteryear. There is a small room with some old farming and general life back in the day whatcha was interesting. Unfortunately they weren’t processing olives when we visited though. Free to look around. Gift store with lots of kitsch.
We had a free tour of this old manufacturing facility. They don’t stuff the cans until October but the person who showed us around was very informative. There were two gift shops and a very friendly staff. The olives are sold in local grocery stores...More
Not really a tourist attraction but it was educational to see the equipment used to process the delicious olives. They are unique and very good quality. The tour guides are friendly. The gift shop has some fancy foods and pretty dishes, etc.
We've been wanting to visit this attraction for ages and finally made an attempt to stop here. We were surprised to find that "Graber Olive House" is located on a shady tree-lined street in a very nice residential area of Ontario. Their tiny museum houses...More
We were looking for something to do when family was in town and randomly came across the Graber Olive House. What a fun find! The tour was informational and unique as it was also historical. My parents loved the gift shop and the olives are...More
The best time to go is in October/November when they are sorting the olives.
You wouldn't know this place was here if you were driving done the residential street that it's on but they have been there since the late 1890's.
The local grove of...More