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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 the largest living history museum in New York state. 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, a pioneer farm, 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.
  • Excellent81%
  • Very good15%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“civil war” (17 reviews)
“country village” (17 reviews)
“special events” (16 reviews)
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Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford, Wheatland, NY 14511
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Reviewed 20 July 2015

My family attends events at the village two or three times every summer. While the village is worth a visit anytime, with lots to see and do, I recommend that a visitor check the event calendar. With events like 1812/Jane Austen Weekend, Civil War Weekend,...More

2  Thank mrmisrule
Reviewed 18 July 2015

Once a year they have a Civil War Reenactment and it is wonderful. They have other festivals throughout the year as well. Today I went to the Civil War Day and loved it. This museum is wonderful. All the people who work there are amazing...More

1  Thank Jennifer J
Reviewed 14 July 2015

This is a great place for a family vacation. Lots of exhibits to see and demonstrations to watch. All the buildings have been restored here. My niece got married here in the little church and had their reception in a large renovated building. It was...More

1  Thank Pat C
Reviewed 7 July 2015 via mobile

Long story, but we ended up at this great place totally by accident! Needed to find a campground over the 4th and they told us about this place which was just down the road. We were absolutely blown away by what we found there. We...More

1  Thank Ole S
Reviewed 19 June 2015

Step back in time and enjoy this incredible museum. If you are a history buff, this place can't be missed. If you have 5th grader children/grandchildren, this place connects them with what they learn in school. Please wear comfortable shoes. This is huge, there are...More

2  Thank kmiggiani
Reviewed 17 June 2015

I've lived in Rochester for 20+ years and this is the first time I've been here. I went on a Sunday afternoon with the intention of taking some landscape and architectural photos but I found out when I got there that there was a horse...More

2  Thank jenhaught
Reviewed 12 June 2015

Can't believe two people rated this museum only average. Should be a rating higher than 5. The people in character at the various buildings add another dimension. The variety here is quite something!

2  Thank Terry98027
Reviewed 30 May 2015

I'm a big baseball fan and read about the vintage base ball (that is how it is spelled) games played here. We came to see the game, played with 1867 equipment, uniforms, and rules, and it was fun. The teams weren't professional grade, just a...More

3  Thank Joe H
Reviewed 1 April 2015

I understand that exibits and classes are held all year long allowing guests to experience lost handcrafted arts such as blacksmith basketweave beer making bread making, but our families favorite thing to do is visit during Christmas time.....there is a tour at night of the...More

Thank Nancy S
Reviewed 26 March 2015

We were visiting Rochester when we happened to to come across this living museum. Loved it! They were holding a Maple Festival. We learned a lot about the processing of maple syrup, from beginning to end. The employees were genuinely eager to share their knowledge...More

2  Thank gmechocolate1 .
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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
23 August 2016|
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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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