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Plan your visit


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Plan your visit


We would like to give you a tour...

 

LOCATION:

The museum is located in the heart of the village of Granville, just off of Broadway next to the library.

Our physical address is 221 East Broadway, Granville, OH 43023.


MUSEUM HOURS OF OPERATION:

April 4 -  December 28, 2019    Wednesday -  Saturday     1pm - 4pm    

TOURS AND EVENT RENTALS BY APPOINTMENT YEAR ROUND

*NOTE: We are closed on July 4, November 28 & 29 (Thanksgiving Day and the day after), December 24 & 25 (Christmas Eve and Christmas Day).


ADMISSION:

Admission to the museum is always FREE, unless you have a group of 10 or more (then we ask for $5 pp). Please contact the museum to schedule a large group tour.

MEMBERS are admitted free to all exhibitions and receive free admission and discounts for special programs and events. Special exhibitions or events may require purchased tickets.


PARKING:

Free on-street parking is available in front of the museum and throughout the village.


ACCESSIBILITY:

Mobility issues? Use the West entrance ramp to access the museum.


DINING:

Click HERE for places to eat close to the museum.

 

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Featured Exhibits


Featured Exhibits



Ordinary & Extraordinary: Victorian Undergarments 1860-1880

On exhibit throughout the 2019 season!

The Robbins Hunter Museum is pleased to announce the opening of Ordinary & Extraordinary: Victorian Undergarments 1860 - 1880. Curated by Elizabeth Miller, the exhibit features the museum’s collection of mid nineteenth century undergarments, and explores the fashion history, garment design and construction techniques of the Victorian era. This exhibit includes garments on loan from The Ohio History Connection as well as The Granville Historical Society.


Pairing the garments with letters, photographs and documents from the Devenney family and Licking County history, Miller brings to life the way in which these garments were made and worn, and in doing so offers a unique glimpse into the lives of these two sisters and their experience of life in Granville in the 1860s.


Miller, a Granville local, combines her knowledge of textiles with a passion for costume history. Starting her career in fashion, she graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York, followed by a B.S. in Textile Design and a M.S. in Textile Technology. Her design and technical background affords Miller a distinct perspective on both the aesthetic and intricate detail of Victorian dress.
 


Victoria Woodhull: Continue the Legacy, Join the Conversation

On exhibit throughout the 2020 season!