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Grosvenor House
Grosvenor House [Click here to view full size picture] Grosvenor House Museum
211 Maumee St
Jonesville, MI 49250-1246
The Grosvenor House Museum is the renovated home of E.O. Grosvenor, one time Lt. Governor of Michigan. Mr. Grosvenor was head of the commission in charge of building the Michigan state capitol building, and his home was designed by the same architect as the capitol. A 32 room Victorian Italianate structure, the museum is open weekends from 2-5 pm from Mother's Day until the end of September. The first weekend of December the Grosvenor House hosts "Christmas at the Grosvenor House" when the house is decorated as it might have been in the Grosvenor's day and the house is alive with music and fun. Homemade cookies and punch are part of the excitement.

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