Reviews of US Grant Boyhood Home and Schoolhouse (Museum)

219 E Grant Ave #1311, Georgetown, OH 45121, United States

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laura hansen

Jon G.

A little mix of history, refurnished house with period specific pieces and some of the actual furniture along with some'll just have to go see about that last one.

Michael W

Enjoyed the tour of the house and school. The staff were friendly at both locations.

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Richard Morton

Jeffrey Hatten

It was very informative if you like history.

Charles Louden

Grate place to learn about grant an see how he lived here in georgtown

Jason Stemmerding

Bethany Wilson

Shea Lawrence

Amazing resource to reach about one of our most interesting and heroic presidents. Visit and learn about our history!

Ashley Howerton

Very cool to see a home of a president. The tanery is also across the street and will open to tours in a few years.

Clark Gast

Not all that great

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Nancy Gerth

Really interesting historical site in Georgetown. Combined with Grant's Birthplace in Point Pleasant makes for a nice day trip from Cincinnati

David McDaniel

Charles Harden

Did not go inside ,it was locked but looked good from outside.

Steven Smith

Not a lot to see, but an interesting piece of history

Tim Inwood

A wonderful piece of Ohio's history preserved. Our guide was quite a nice fellow.

Devin Mecklenborg

Cool place for history.

Tess Foster

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Adam Curtis

John Kreiner

william cavanaugh

A good place to experience some significant Ohio history.

Tim Caudill

Ryan Thompson

Joe Briggs

Very educational.

Natalie Morton

Ernie Beach

George Myers

I visited this museum on a brief break from a business conference and it really fulfilled my craving for local history. The caretaker had some really great stories of Grant's childhood in the house, his exploits and his friendships with other interesting local people. The house had been well restored and even had a few pieces of furniture owned by the Grant family even though hey hadn't lived there since Ulysses Grant graduated West Point. The real shocker though was at the end of the tour. The guide opened a door to a small room at the back of the house and inside was a simple little theater with an animatronic young Ulysses Grant! The quality of the movement and materials was reminiscent of Disney - very well done!

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Julie Heflin

Branson Young

A must see for history buffs in the area

Greg Hubbard

Connie Pritchard Reinhardt

Places only open durning summer. Very pretty area. I met one of the guids at burger king.. Very nice man told me all kinds of things. Hope you enjoy it.

Rich Bentley

If you are in the area, you must visit


Interesting but I've never seen Grant here...

Paul Begley

Tina Spaulding

Interesting and very historical. Lots to see in a small space. Guide was very knowledgeable. Worth the trip.

Joann Grosik

Beautiful place and interesting area. educational and nice to see where a prominent figure of history grew up

Andrew Lynch

Nice house. Nice grounds. The house was furnished nicely with period pieces. Some were even owned by the Grant family. Nothing really wowed me though compared to some other Presidential sites I've been to. If you are in the area, I'd say yes, you should stop. You might be a bit disappointed though if you made a dedicated trip. The drive on state routes is about as enjoyable as the destination. Make sure you hit his birthace home down the road in Point Pleasant too.

Sonny and Fran Goebel

Very interesting because there is a very good narrator in the house

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Dave Snodgrass

Dave Harding

If you enjoy history and want to learn more about one of the key figures in the Civil War, a visit to Grant's boyhood home will give you a firsthand look in his earlier years before leaving to attend West Point.

Tammy Brinson

david ostrander

Tremendous history lesson here.

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Beverly Brown

Very well restored, and a very interesting and knowledgeable docent.

Lisa McNally

Visited here on a presidential tour of the local sites. It was quite underwhelming. Tour guide had no idea what she was doing and gave us basically no information. The birthplace was better. If you can only do one go to the birthplace In point pleasant.

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Jenny Smith

Always. Nice to see

Rebecca Cahall

Anthony Montgomery

Youth group home

Brenda Goolsby

Love history!

Tania Horne

Lovely museum and very interesting and informative tour.

Tim Massey

Nice place to visit, not much in the area.

Sandy W

Nice place. Looked around outside. Took pics.

Luis Villegas


William Brown

Fantastic place.lot of history.

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