Visit this preserved early 19th century home, set on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful Dundas Valley. Explore the history of Enerals Griffin and other early Black settlers, and enjoy a walk along nearby trails.
There is no cost to visit Griffin House. We accept and appreciate donations to keep the house open for tours.
Location & hours
The purchase of a $175 permit is required for all outdoor photography involving 10 or more people. Please call the museum to book your time.
Events at Griffin House
We host a variety of events, workshops and exhibitions at Griffin House throughout the year. No two trips are ever the same!
Emancipation Day at Griffin House
Join us to discover how Enerals Griffin - one of the first African-American settlers in Ancaster, and his family, lived in the late1830’s on a farm
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