Looking for Rochester area attractions? In season, Genesee Country Village & Museum features costumed interpreters in restored historic buildings, breathing life into an authentic 19th-Century Country Village. One of the largest living history museums in the country located just outside of Rochester, NY, in Mumford, it is also home to the John L. Wehle Gallery (following a major remodel) and a nature center. Plan ahead with a membership.
Ski, snowshoe or hike the Historic Village and Nature Center trails weekends in January & February 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
NEW for 2015! Come and enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast with real maple syrup, any weekend in March! Breakfast is served from 9 am to 1 pm on March 8, 14-15, 21-22 & 28-29.
Join Volunteer Naturalist, Ron Walker, on March 8, 15 & 16 for a tour of our sugarbush.
Youth (17 and under) are FREE in 2015! So bring the entire family and enjoy the fresh air and the delicious aroma of simmering maple syrup, as you set off into the woods in search of sweet adventure at the annual Maple Sugar Festival Mar. 21, 22, 28 & 29.
Looking for that perfect antique item? Then look no further than the museum's Antique Show & Sale on April 18. Plenty of fine dealers with extensive collections - and it's all indoors.
Treat Mom to a special day on Mother's Day May 10 in the historic village. Join us as we celebrate the role of mothers throughout the 19th century. Flowers will be blooming and children will be playing as the village comes alive with many springtime activities that will shower Mom with love and affection!
Step back into 1836 and experience what it was like to dine in an authentic stagecoach inn that was once located in the heart of the Genesee Country.
NEW! Join us for a unique happy hour experience on warm spring evening set in an historic village.
For lovers of horses, history, philanthropy and fun: Welcome to the inaugural USHJ Hunter Derby at the Genesee Country Village & Museum on June 6-7.
The historic village comes to life on June 13-14 with re-enactors portraying shopkeepers, housewives, merchants and soldiers amidst the sounds of fifes and drums; cannons and muskets; and Austen-era music and dancing.
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Except for special events, the museum is now CLOSED until the season opens May 9. Village & nature center trails are now open 10 am-4 pm weekends.