Gallery/Museum - Nonprofit
175 Clover Street, Granville, TN 38564
Nestled in the beautiful riverboat community of Granville is the Granville Museum. Stroll through the museum’s military, school and music rooms. Enjoy a 10-minute video on the history of Granville, a genealogy collection, a great pictorial display of Granville’s history as well as historical items from homes, businesses, schools and the community.
The nonprofit Granville Museum’s mission is to create and maintain records of rural Granville, Tennessee and closely related areas in order to share its unique story with present and future generations. This story includes, but is not limited to, a rich river boat history, strong agricultural ties, World War II maneuvers, small town life, a diverse musical history, and detailed genealogy. We sponsor annual festivals and on-going cultural and artistic events utilizing our two facilities, the Granville Museum and the Sutton General Store, drawing thousands of visitors to the area each year thus having a positive economic impact on the community. Our programs serve a diverse population of varied ages, backgrounds, cultures, and knowledge levels.
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