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ORGANIZATION: Historic Geneva Rose Hill Mansion

The time and talent of volunteers are vital to the success of Historic Geneva. If you are college-age or older, have some free time during a weekday and are looking for an interesting, enriching experience, then volunteering at Historic Geneva may be for you!

Based on your availability, interests, and skills, we work to find an opportunity that suits you and us. Training is provided. Potential projects include:

  • Distribute brochures to tourist venues throughout the region
  • Write articles for our newsletter
  • Scan photographs and slides from our collection
  • Transcribe diaries and oral histories
  • Give tours of Rose Hill Mansion or the Johnston House
  • Help maintain the gardens and plantings beds at our sites

To apply, complete an application online, or print out and mail a completed application to Historic Geneva , 543 South Main Street, Geneva, New York 14456.

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About Historic Geneva Rose Hill Mansion


3373 Route 96A, Geneva, NY 14456, US

Mission Statement

The Historic Geneva is dedicated to engaging diverse audiences in an on-going dialogue about the shared heritage of Geneva, New York and its environs. To achieve its mission, Historic Geneva: Uses traditional and digital media such as exhibits, programs, publications, blogs and online platforms to stimulate an interest in history and Geneva’s people, places, and things. Administers its historic properties to meet the educational and interpretive goals of the Society, offer leisure time activities for community members and visitors, and support Geneva as a destination city


Experience a taste of 19th-century life when you visit Rose Hill Mansion in the beautiful Finger Lakes. Once a working farm, the house and surrounding grounds are now open seasonally for guided tours. Built in 1839, the Greek Revival house was the center of a busy and productive farm. The tour focuses on the Swan family, who lived in the house from 1850-1890. Through letters, photographs, and diaries, explore the family’s joys and sorrows and their interactions with neighbors and the many workers required to keep the large house and farm in working order. Discover how Robert Swan, a New York City transplant, used scientific innovations like drain tile to make his farm more productive and profitable. See twenty rooms restored and furnished in the Empire style, popular from the 1820s to 1850s. Enjoy the magnificent view of Seneca Lake from the front porch and the vista of nearby farmlands.


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