Use the form on the right (click on the preview for a printable copy) to request a tour of one of the following historical attractions.
CENTURY VILLAGE—The 1800s village is located at Fryer Park on Orders Road, two miles south of the Grove City Town Center. All building will be open including the Farm Museum, blacksmith shop, one room school, log cabin and the general store. Restroom facilities are available next to the Village at the Fryer playground area. Free parking is available. This activity requires two hours to see all facilities. Cost is $1 per person for school groups; $3 for adult groups ($45 minimum).
GROVE CITY MUSEUM—The museum showcases a history of Grove City and Southwest Franklin County townships. Over 1,000 items are on display. Visitors are encouraged to ask questions and in some instances to touch or handle select items. Visits also include a ‘seek and find’ activity and PowerPoint program. This visit requires a minimum of 90 minutes.
GRANT HOMESTEAD—This historical site is expected to open in 2018. It is an 1840 era house and property being restored to its original status by the City of Grove City.
WALKING TOURS—A walking tour lasts about one hour without stops. Tours are April through October. Tours can be slightly abbreviated. It’s a great opportunity to see some of the older buildings in the Grove City Town Center and learn the corresponding history of each. These are usually rain or shine activities.