The Grignon Mansion is closed for the season!
In 1837, Charles A. Grignon built this Greek revival style Mansion as a wedding gift for his Pennsylvanian bride, Mary Elizabeth Meade. This stately home was known as “The Mansion in the Woods” to countless travelers. Today, a National and State Historic Site, the Grignon Mansion is a representation of the rich, layered history of the Fox River Valley. Restored to the time period of 1837-62 when Charles lived there, the Mansion is open seasonally for tours, special events, and more!