is a small rural town settled in 1727, located northeast of Springfield
and south of Amherst
in the Connecticut River Valley of Western Massachusetts
Visit some of the local icons such as the historic site where the Old Grist Mill and Water Wheel once stood and the Granby Charter Days at Dufresne Park or many of the local farms offering fresh produce and homemade items.
There are a number of Granby's original Greek revival homes including the town hall building and Granby Public library
and the original meeting house green where farmer's markets as well as the art and craft festivals and other town functions happen. Come see the beautiful scenery of the Holyoke Mountain Range or watercolors of the autumn leaves of the Pioneer Valley.
Granby is surrounded by five colleges - Mount Holyoke, Amherst, Smith, Hampshire Colleges and the University of Massachusetts and has a diverse selection of cultural and historical experiences.
Granby is about 15 miles northeast of Springfield and 45 miles west of Worcester
about 85 miles west of Boston
and 150 miles from New York City