Genesee Country Village and Museum – #6
This post continues with details and photographs from our visit in June to the Genesee Country Village and Museum.
In today’s blog post we will visit Hamilton Place, which is located on Orchard Street in the Turn of the Century portion of the Historic Village.
Located on the grounds of Hamilton Place is the carriage house, which was also built in 1870.
Three carriages were displayed in the carriage house.
In my next Genesee Country Village blog post, we will take a break from touring the houses and businesses of the Historic Village. I’ll be taking you out to a ball game in my next blog post.
9 Responses to “Genesee Country Village and Museum – #6”
Its like taking a wormhole back in time. That wallpaper id definately from a time gone by. Looks like a lot of fun to spend the day here. Have a picnic too. Thanks for the pics.Stephen Tremp
Linda: You sure got a lot of neat shots at the village.
I love that old Victorian house. But I think I would have haunted the carriage house like you seemed to through your pics. Those carriages are really something! Did they say what the one with the flowers was for?
Oh girl, bless you for takin' me away from the Ponderosa for just a little while. Your pictures were just fabulous and I felt like I was right there with ya. Loved it!!!God bless ya and have yourself the most beautiful day sweetie!!!
Hi Linda… Thanks again for sharing your photos.. The Hamilton House is gorgeous —and I loved seeing those beautiful carriages in the Carriage House. Thanks so much for sharing.Hugs,Betsy
That looks like a really neat place to visit
Looks like a fun place to visit. Great job on that montage up top.
Great shots. What an awesome house and time to live in. Darryl and Ruth : )
@Ciss B – There wasn't anyone in the carriage house. I don't recall seeing a sign either. I don't know what the carriage with the flowers was for.