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Historic Granville Continues Christmas Celebration

The Celebration of the Christmas Season will continue through December 31st in Granville. This year's theme, “A Victorian Christmas Comes to these Hills” has played a prominent role in our decorating and activities this year. Our theme is carried out inside the Sutton Historic Homestead which features many elements made popular during the Victorian Era. The Home is decorated with beautifully adorned trees in each room of the house and your Tour Guide will share with you many of the popular decorations and traditions of that time period.


The Festival of Trees at Granville Museum displays over 20 trees with a Victorian Theme. Christmas in the Country is celebrated at the Farm to Table Museum and visitors may see an Antique Toy Show at the Pioneer Village and Antique Car Museum. The town is decorated in a Hallmark Christmas Movie Fashion with eight museums open and included in your town tour ticket of $7.00.


Granville offers a great opportunity for you to find something unique for everyone on your Christmas list this year with several shops to choose from. Have lunch with us at Sutton General Store and enjoy an afternoon of shopping and touring. The hours thru the end of the year are 10 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on December 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 & 31.

For more information call 931-653-4151.

Featured in this photo, Brenda Hawkins, Volunteer Tour Guide at Historic Sutton Homestead is dressed in a classic costume and shares with her guests about the origin of many of our current traditions which originated during the Victorian era.

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