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Maps, Directions & Accessibility

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Genesee Country Village & Museum is in the town of Mumford, just minutes off NYS Thruway Exit 47. We’re 20 miles southwest of Rochester and 45 miles east of Buffalo.

GPS/Internet searches:
By address: 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford, NY
By name: depending on your GPS system, use Genesee Country Village & Museum or Genesee Country Musuem

From Rochester:
Take Scottsville Road (Route 383) south to Mumford. Or take I-490 west to Churchville-Mumford (Exit 3). Then take Route 36 south to Mumford.

From the Finger Lakes and the South:
Take I-390 north to Avon (Exit 10), turn left onto Route 5. Then go west to Caledonia and make a soft right onto Route 36 north to Mumford.

From the East:
Take Exit 46 off the NYS Thruway. Follow I-390 south to Avon (Exit 10); turn right onto Route 5; go west to Caledonia, and at traffic circle in Caledonia turn right onto Route 36 north to Mumford.

From Buffalo and the West:
Take NYS Thruway I-90 East to Exit 47. Follow Route 19 toward LeRoy. Follow the green signs with a left on North Street, a right on Route 36, a right at Route 383 into Mumford.

From Niagara Falls, NY:
Take Robert Moses State Parkway East to I-190 South. At Exit 16, merge onto I-290 East. At end, stay left to merge onto I-90 East. Take Exit 47. Follow Route 19 toward LeRoy. Follow the green signs with a left on North Street, a right on Route 36, a right at Route 383 into Mumford.

From Toronto, Ontario, Canada:
Take 403 West to 405 East, cross at the Queenston/Lewiston Bridge. Continue on I-190 South. At Exit 16, merge onto I-290 East. At end, stay left to merge onto I-90 East. Take Exit 47. Follow Route 19 toward LeRoy. Follow the green signs with a left on North Street, a right on Route 36, a right at Route 383 into Mumford.

When you reach Mumford:
At the flashing traffic light, turn west onto George Street, which becomes Flint Hill Road. The museum is on the left about one mile from the flashing light.


New York State's Largest Living History Museum

Located in Monroe County, Mumford, NY

Wheelchair Access

The museum's modern facilities are universally accessible, as are part or all of many historic structures including: Toll House, Livingston-Backus House, Amherst Humphrey House, Foster-Tufts House, Pioneer Farmstead Barn, Blacksmith Shop, Cooper Shop, Drug Store, Tinsmith Shop, Flint Hill Pottery, Kieffer's Place, Jones Farm, Hamilton House Carriage Barn. Wheelchair accessibility may be limited due to weather. Discounted admission is offered for individuals with disabilities: adult $12, seniors $10, youth $8, able companion/aide is free.

GCV&M does not provide wheelchairs or scooters for rent. The trolley runs most weekends and is wheelchair accessible.

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