Granger Homestead & Carriage Museum

Granger Homestead & Carriage Museum

Step back in time

Save $1 off general admission

The 1816 Federal-style homestead built by Gideon Granger, a U.S. postmaster general under Presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, is one of Western New York's finest examples of Federal Architecture. On a 12-acre estate, the home features over 44 horse drawn vehicles and the Walter Hubbell Law office.

Save $off the adult general admission price when you present your AAA Membership card at the gate. 

Valid AAA Membership card required for discount to be applied. Discount does not apply to carriage rides.