2021 Events

2021 Schedule of Events Posted !

Please check schedule prior to event, as some dates are tentative!

Need a Private Tour of the Hull Family Home & Farmstead?

Hull Family Home & Farmstead had been closed due to the current heath concerns - However, we are now open open each Sunday in August from noon-3 PM. - Check our calendar of events for dates.

Private tours available upon request. Please call (716) 390-3917 to arrange - $10 per person

Get the behind the scenes view of the historic Hull's homestead - home of Revolutionary War veteran Warren Hull, his wife Polly and their children.

Irish Tea - Canceled

Sunday, March 7th

A tradition at Hull House as we welcome the beginning of Spring with lots of mouth watering treats. It is a favorite event for our tea lovers! By paid reservation only. Reservations open February 7. Two seatings - 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM

Call (716) 741-7032 to make Reservations $25 per person.

Mother's Day Tea CANCELED! Sunday, May 2nd

Join us for Polly Hull's Tea party and enjoy savory & sweet offerings, tea sandwiches, desserts and, of course, Tea. Tours of the historic house between noon & 4 PM included. By paid reservation only. Reservations open April 2.

Two seatings - 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM Call (716) 741-7032 to make Reservations $25 per person.

Open to the Public - Come visit!

"Come visit on a Sunday afternoon. Move at your own pace through the house and meet some of our first person interpreters. "

Sunday, May 2, 16, 23, 30

Noon - 3 PM

Open to the Public "Come visit on a Sunday afternoon. Move at your own pace through the house and meet some of our first person interpreters. "


Sunday, June 13, 20, 27

Noon - 3 PM

Meet Our Past Tour - A Walk Through History

Sunday, June 6th

Meet characters from the past – Some you know, while others are little known, but all had a story – hear compelling tales – Stories of people who had an impact on the development of Western New York and who shaped our history.

Erastus Granger - appointed by President Jefferson as Indian Agent, he defended Black Rock along with Red Jacket and the Seneca's in the War of 1812 - Joseph Ellicott, agent for Holland Land Investors - Cyrenius Chapin, defender of Buffalo that fateful day in December 1813 - Mrs. Saint John, who stood up to the British that cold December night in 1813 pleading to be spared - Jesse Hawley, with his vision of a grand canal across New York State - and others! First Tour at 2:00 PM Pre-paid reservations only Call Kathy at (716) 579-2666 $12 per person Reservations open May 6 Tour duration approx. 1hour 30 minutes

Open to the Public "Come visit on a Sunday afternoon. Move at your own pace through the house and meet some of our first person interpreters. "

Sunday, July 11,18, 25

Noon - 3 PM

History Camp for Kids - for Kids grade 4-7

July 19th – July 23

Fifth through seventh graders experience five days of life in the early 1800's on a Western New York homestead. Learn local Native American history & culture, daily household chores & participate in an archaeological dig. Play historic games, interact with re-enactors from the Revolutionary War and War of 1812, take a nature walk, learn historic trades and prepare and enjoy a meal cooked over an open fire & more!

Call Suzanne Jacobs at (716) 681-5494, or email at sjacobs@hullfamilyhome.com $175 per camper.

Revolutionary War Living History -

August 7th & 8th

The Revolutionary War comes alive as soldiers set up camp, drill and skirmish at the Hull Farmstead. British and American forces demonstrate tactics and drill. Women of the era engage in cooking and camp chores. Early crafts and games for kids. Children learn of our nations; struggle for independence.

Adults $6 Ages 7-18 $3 Ages 6 and under - free

Pig 'n Pint Fundraiser

Thursday - August 12th

5 PM - 9 PM



Open to the Public "Come visit on a Sunday afternoon. Move at your own pace through the house and meet some of our first person interpreters. "

Sunday, August 1, 8, 22, 29

Noon - 3 PM

Petpalooza -

Animal adoption event with vendors, basket raffle, and Krolick's chicken BBQ. All proceeds to benefit NYS Citizens Against Puppy Mills and Hull Family Home & Farmstead. For more information contact Jeanette at 716 681-3966 or jcdickinson66@ yahoo.com

Sunday, August 29

Noon - 4 PM

War of 1812 - A Walk Through History

Sunday, September 12th

The War of 1812 – A Walk Through History Tour

Learn of the events that unfolded in Western New York during that critical conflict with Great Britain at the beginning of the 19th Century. Witness fact based scenes involving Erastus Granger; The Dinner at Fort George; The Burning of Buffalo; Fleeing Buffalo; Defense of Ft. McHenry and more! Reservations open August 10, pre-paid reservations only.

$15 per person. Call (716) 579-2666 to schedule. First Tour at 3:00 PM.




Hull Farmstead Harvest & Heritage Day

October 2

A wonderful experience for the whole family! Indoor & outdoor activities depicting life in the early 1800's. Spinning, Weaving, Woodworking, Cooking, and much more. VISIT and LEARN with demonstrators – Try your hand at some of the skills. Adults $5 Ages 8-14 $2 Under 8 with adult free 11:00 AM – 4 PM





1812 Regency Night Fundraiser

Friday, October 15 th

This unique event at the 20th Century Club is our biggest and best fundraiser of the year. Participate in parlor games. Enjoy beautiful music, partake of spirits, fine fare and hors d'oeuvres, and desserts a-plenty. Bid on select auction items, enjoy the company of friends. If adventurous, attend in period garb! All proceeds benefit the Hull Family Home & Farmstead. Rub elbows with past Presidents! Friday, October 15, 6 PM - 9 PM $60 per person - $50 per member. Please purchase tickets online - click on 'Buy Tickets' above or call (716) 837-0893 for more information.

Christmas Tea

Sunday, December 5th

Begin the Christmas Season with a delightful afternoon with family and friends. Enjoy tasty holiday treats with festive decor and warm hospitality. After tea, tour the historic house right next door. 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM Call (716) 579-2666 for prepaid reservations - $25 per person. Note: Reservations Open November 1st