We’re happy to announce that Promont Museum is now open! Come tour Promont every first and third Sunday of every month, from 1pm to 4pm. Tours are $5, though children under 12 are free. You can schedule a tour by calling us at (513) 248-0324 from Monday to Thursday, 10am to 4pm or by signing up for a tour via the button below.
We are following all state-mandated guidelines to help keep you protected from COVID while visiting the historic house GMAHS calls home. Here’s a look at how we strive to protect you:
If you don’t feel up to touring the house at this time, you are welcome to the grounds of Promont to sit outdoors and have a picnic lunch, read, or take a walk (especially helpful for the kids!). We encourage all to enjoy some fresh air & exercise during this time. We only ask that you stay safe & respectful of the property and each other, limit your group size, and distance yourself from others.
You can even drive through and grab (or leave) a book from our Little Free Library. Our goal is to provide historical fiction and nonfiction books and we appreciate anyone who can share the same with the community.
Important Event Updates
MAKER’S MARKET ON MAIN: This event was cancelled for this 2020. We are still determining whether we can be back in May 2021 or not. Refunds have been issued.
THE BROWN BAG LUNCH SERIES has been cancelled for the summer 2020 season. We plan to be back in May 2021!
ART AFFAIRE: GMAHS’s outdoor fine art and fine craft show, our primary annual fundraiser, remains scheduled for September 26th, 2021. It is not affected at this time. Please APPLY for Art Affaire through JUNE 15 by scrolling down and clicking on the “2020 Call for Entries”.
Please stay advised on precautions and any new developments. We will post future updates here under this same graphic/headline and on our Facebook page. If you have questions on GMAHS activities, please call Donna at 513-248-0324 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For Promont Events, you may reach Kim at 859-409-3504 or email@example.com.
Thank you for understanding the need to protect our valuable volunteers, staff, and visitors from any possible exposure. Take care, friends!