Jennie Munger Gregory Memorial Museum
The Jennie Munger Gregory Memorial Museum is located between Putman Drive & Grandview Drive on the Shores of Lake Erie, in the Geneva-on-the-Lake vacation resort was willed to the Ashtabula County Historical Society by the late Jennie Munger Gregory and accepted by the Trustees of the Ashtabula County Historical Society in 1961, and shall forever be known as the Jennie Munger Gregory Memorial Museum.
Affectionately known amongst the Board and members of ACHS as “The Munger”, this home-turned-boarding-house was the first frame home on the shores of Lake Erie in Ashtabula County.
It now serves as a house museum honoring the history of Ashtabula County, as well as the headquarters of ACHS and home of the Walter Jack Research Library. The museum is open weekends between Memorial and Labor Day Weekends. Tour admission is $4 per adult, $2 per student, and members enjoy free admission. Visitors to the museum are able to access the research materials in the library, tour the property, and enjoy one-of-a-kind views of Lake Erie.
The Munger is also a stop on the Summer Fun Heritage Trail.