Museum Hours & Information


The Granville Historical Society Museum is now open for the season; the Research Center remains open on Thursdays. 

Museum hours
(through Aug. 31
):

Wednesday: 1:00-4:00
Thursday: 1:00-4:00
Friday: 1:00 to 4:00
Saturday: 10:00 to 4:00
Sunday: 1:00 to 4:00

(Closed Monday-Tuesday) 

Research Center hours:

Thursdays: 9:30 to noon
and 1:00 to 4:00 

Anyone wishing to make special arrangements should contact Theresa Overholser or call the Historical Society at 740-587-3951 and leave a message.

The museum and research center are located at 115 E. Broadway.  For a map to the GHS, please click here.  

For a calendar view of our hours and events, please click here.

Both the museum and research center are free and open to the public. We look forward to your visit!

For more information, please contact us by
clicking here.

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Latest news from the Granville Historical Society

Friday
Oct242014

Trick or Treat at the GHS Museum

The youngsters who have the East Broadway Business District on their treat-seeking route this year will have a new stop to consider. The Granville Historical Society Museum will be open from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31 during Granville's Halloween celebration. There will be holiday decorations and a few friendly costumed characters along with a wide variety of treats provided by the Board of Managers. Come on in and have a bit of not-too-scary fun!

Wednesday
Oct222014

Mark Your Calendar: Nov. 18 for the fall banquet

The traditional Fall Banquet is back on the calendar for this year with a few new twists. The Amelia Room at the Kendal at Granville main building will be the location for the Tuesday, Nov. 18, celebration that will also see the winning raffle ticket drawn for the Jay Young painting. Stay tuned for more information.

Monday
Oct202014

GHS Raffle for James Young Paintings

From September 23rd through November 18th, the Granville Historical Society will be selling raffle tickets, with the grand prize a beautiful painting from local artist James Young. Proceeds will benefit technological advances at the Granville Historical Society and its mission to preserve the community’s history. Several other paintings from Young's "Historical Granville" series will also be given away.

 

Tickets are $10 each or three for $25, and are available for puchase at the Kussmaul Gallery on E. Broadway. You can also purchase tickets on Saturdays at Granville Farmer’s Market 9-12 or at the GHS Museum 10-1. Proceeds will benefit technological advances at the Granville Historical Society and its mission to preserve the community’s history.

 

The drawing for the winner will be at the Society’s Fall Banquet, Nov 18, 2014; and the winner need not be present. For more information, see this flyer or contact Gary Yaekle at 740-587-7366.

 

Here are the other paintings that will be raffled off:
Wednesday
Oct152014

Reminder: Support the GHS through Amazon Smile

Now there's an easy way to support the Granville Historical Society that costs you nothing. If you are an Amazon customer, we'd love for you to start shopping through Amazon Smile and direct 0.5% of your purchase to the GHS. Bookmark that page and you will get the same prices, deals, Amazon Prime privileges, etc., but Amazon sends a bit of its proceeds back to us.  Every penny helps!

We also appreciate direct donations, and you can learn more about donating (Paypal, check, or in-kind) here.

Thank you as always for supporting the Granville Historical Society! 

Monday
Oct062014

New Modern Times Available

The October issue of our monthly e-newsletter, Modern Times, is now available.  If you're a subscriber, you've already received it by email.
 
This month features a retrospective of the work of Wendell Jones, the Granville Post Office muralist, news of a Jay Young painting to be raffled off to benefit the GHS, and the artifact of the mont.
 
To receive each new issue of Modern Times directly in your inbox, please email us at granvillehistorical@gmail.com. You do not have to be a member of the GHS to sign up!  To read previous issues of Modern Times, please click here.