Sutton Homestead
The Sutton Homestead

1880 Home of T.B. & Ethel Sutton

Guided tours of historic original home and furniture; Exhibits rotate quarterly. Grist Mill Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Weaving Shop, Agriculture Museum, 1820 Log Cabin and Homestead, 1950’s Gulf Service Station, Antique Car & Transportation Museum.  The Sutton Home will host a different exhibit each season of the year.


Open: Wed–Fri, March – December . . . Hours: 12:00 to 3:00 pm

Saturday 12:00 to 5:00 pm

A Tour Guide will be available during these hours to answer questions about the history of the Sutton Homestead and its residents over the years. Many personal items in the home are original to the Sutton family and other donated items compliment the home to create an authentic atmosphere.

The interior of the Homestead is changed several times each year, and is especially beautiful during the Christmas season. Even if you have visited before, you will find something new on your next visit.

Admission to the Homestead also includes an opportunity for you to tour the Antique Car Museum and Service Station and take a leisurely walk through Pioneer Village. The Village is a historically accurate setting with several buildings that depict a small home and farm atmosphere of the early 19th century.

The Sutton Homestead, the Granville Museum and Transportation
Museum are all included in a Section 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization

committed to preserving the history of the riverboat farming community for future generations. Your donations are appreciated.

It is $5.00 for a guided tour of the town which includes Sutton Homestead Historic Home, Pioneer Village, the Car Museum, Granville Museum, Agriculture Museum, Daniel Barber Shop and Post Office Museum, Clemons Car Museum, Mayberry - I Love Lucy Museum, Whistle Stop Saloon and Ice Cream Museum. Purchase your town tour tickets at Sutton General Store, Southern Shops, Granville Museum, Sutton Homestead and Pioneer Village. Under age 6 is free. 

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