Genesee Country Village & Museum Opens For Independence Day Celebration

Genesee Country Village & Museum will open to the general public beginning Friday, July 3, in time for the Independence Day Celebration on Saturday, July 4. This family-friendly event will feature music, a reading of the Declaration of Independence, and a black powder shoot, with a focus on outdoor activities to allow for physical distancing and free movement of guests. In addition, many of the Museum’s historic buildings will be open for the first time this season. Food will also be available at the Museum’s Depot restaurant, and the newly-renovated Flint Hill Store will be open for business.  

 

 

GCV&M’s historic buildings and programming this season will be re-imagined to allow for more outdoor demonstrations and one-way traffic through indoor spaces, while still offering the in-depth look at 19th-century life for which the Museum is known. Although the Wehle Gallery will not be opening until July 24, the majority of buildings in the Historic Village will be open and staffed with interpreters offering demonstrations of period cooking, trades, farming, and home life. 

 

GCV&M will be open 10 am – 4 pm each Friday through Sunday beginning July 3. Admission is $13 for adults, $10 for seniors and students, and $7 for youth ages 3 – 12. Advanced purchase tickets for Saturday, July 4 are available online at www.gcv.org at a discount of $1 off until 5 pm on July 3, and include express touchless entry to the Museum. For the safety of staff and visitors, mask-wearing is required, and common areas have been re-envisioned to allow for physical distancing while on premises.

1410 Flint Hill Rd Mumford New York

Genesee Country Village & Museum Opens For Independence Day Celebration

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