The Governor Warner Mansion celebrates its spring opening April 8 with a quilt display, refreshments, and docent-led tours.
Visitors will learn more about Farmington native Fred M. Warner, Michigan’s only three-term governor, and his family. The Victorian Italianate house at 33805 Grand River was built in 1867 by Fred’s father P. Dean Warner. The governor’s grandchildren gave the house, carriage barn, and grounds to the City of Farmington in 1980, for use as a historical museum.
The museum will be open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. To learn more, follow the Mansion on Facebook.