great place to visit and learn a bit of the local history; easy access; the place is very well organized
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if you what to see history this is the right place, just fininished doing the wall and is great for children and familys
Check dates to see when Griffin House is open to the public so you can experience the inside of this home - basement and all. It is really something to behold. Furnished with historical pieces and staff are there to explain/answer any questions.
Really enjoyed learning about this place and the people who lived here. Quite well preserved. Nice setting - would be great to set up a picnic area and carve some trails. Corporate sponsorship maybe?
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