Governor Warner Mansion
Built in 1867, the Governor Warner Mansion displays a collection of artifacts and information about Michigan's only three-term governor and Farmington native, Fred M. Warner. Donated to the City of Farmington in 1980 by the governor's grandchildren, the house features a carriage barn, a circular drive and a gazebo. The expansive porch has become a gathering place for community "porch parties," where residents visit, play games and enjoy refreshments on summer evenings. Annual events include a tree-lighting ceremony and special activities during the Farmington Area Founders Festival.
- Hours: Wednesdays 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. and the first Sunday of the month 1 p.m.-5 p.m., from April to November. The Mansion is also open for special events and occasional hours in December.
- Ticket information: Donations are suggested.
- Private parties: Yes
- Parking: Free lot
- Restrictions: No alcohol
- Guided tours?: Yes
- Guided tour languages: English
- Cameras allowed?: Yes