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The Museum is lovely and a evidences a great job of restoration. Well worth the trip and the nominal admission. Docents of all ages added to the pleasure of our visit. What a gem this place is!
We spent the day enjoying the many aspects...More
I took this tour in December as a Christmas tour. The tour guides were very knowledgeable of the house and activities of that era. The furniture and house hold items were interesting to learn about. They also have a working blacksmiths shop in the back...More
Seeing the Grignon Mansion at Kaukauna, WI was a comfortable and educational experience and took us back to another time in history. The time slipped away as we enjoyed learning about life in the 1800's. We were lucky enough to be there on a day...More
The Grignon Mansion has always had a soft spot in my heart during my life. My very first experience with Civil War reenactments was at this mansion, they also taught me about the fur trade and where the saying "don't let the bed bugs bite"...More
Stopped in to see the Rose blacksmith shop located on this historic property. It is fortunate that this place has a reliable historic tradesman volunteers to provide public history demonstrations on lost arts.
Our tour guide Emma was very good with her descriptions of the items in the house. All the items and decor are restored to the time period of the house when built. Emma's little helper Chloe was great with demonstrating some of the exhibits too....More
The mansion is a wonderful piece of history, Having been built in 1837 by Charles Grignon to entice his bride to be to move to the wilderness of Wisconsin. Many original artifacts are displayed in the building. The building now owned by the City of...More