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- This featured Granbury Historic District property was once nicknamed the "Opera Hilton." Why? Read further to discover it's history. The historic Shanley House was built circa 1870 and originally constructed as a gristmill. Known as the Granite Mills, its original proprietor was J. N. Haney, the same Granbury citizen who built the Hood County Jail in 1885. By 1900 the building was owned by the Shanley family. Mr. Shanley transformed the mill into a ground floor opera house that presented both musical and theatrical productions. Then it became the Shanley Rock Hotel. In 1975 this old mill building was called "Opera Hilton" because it housed Opera House performers. Today the second floor still has evidence of its use as a hotel. Today it is home to the LGAA-Lake Granbury Art Association and houses a gallery and meeting space. Located just off the square in the beautiful Shanley Park and near the Hood County Library. ---> swipe to see what it looks like today
- This featured Granbury Historic District property was once nicknamed the "Opera Hilton." Why? Read further to discover it& #39;s history. The historic Shanley House was built circa 1870 and originally constructed as a gristmill. Known as the Granite Mills, its original proprietor was J. N. Haney, the same Granbury citizen who built the Hood County Jail in 1885. By 1900 the building was owned by the Shanley family. Mr. Shanley transformed the mill into a ground floor opera house that presented both musical and theatrical productions. Then it became the Shanley Rock Hotel. In 1975 this old mill building was called "Opera Hilton" because it housed Opera House performers. Today the second floor still has evidence of its use as a hotel. Today it is home to the LGAA-Lake Granbury Art Association and houses a gallery and meeting space. Located just off the square in the beautiful Shanley Park and near the Hood County Library. ---> swipe to see what it looks like today
- This featured Granbury Historic District property was once nicknamed the "Opera Hilton." Why? Read further to discover it's history. The historic Shanley House was built circa 1870 and originally constructed as a gristmill. Known as the Granite Mills, its original proprietor was J. N. Haney, the same Granbury citizen who built the Hood County Jail in 1885. By 1900 the building was owned by the Shanley family. Mr. Shanley transformed the mill into a ground floor opera house that presented both musical and theatrical productions. Then it became the Shanley Rock Hotel. In 1975 this old mill building was called "Opera Hilton" because it housed Opera House performers. Today the second floor still has evidence of its use as a hotel. Today it is home to the LGAA-Lake Granbury Art Association and houses a gallery and meeting space. Located just off the square in the beautiful Shanley Park and near the Hood County Library. ---> swipe to see what it looks like today
- Wherever Eileen takes us, we like to see what we can -- especially if it's free 😄 We loved seeing the grist mill at Rock Run Historical Area and we were lucky enough to see it running!! 🌽Built in 1794. . I could go on and on because I ( @stephanie.worth ) love regular history. Not the wars or politics. Just the ordinary living by ordinary people. History didnt happen with them. . #susquehannastatepark #gristmill #mill #gooutside #exploreamerica #explore #gocamping #seestuff #seeamerica #history #explorehistory
- Wherever Eileen takes us, we like to see what we can -- especially if it& #39;s free 😄 We loved seeing the grist mill at Rock Run Historical Area and we were lucky enough to see it running!! 🌽Built in 1794. . I could go on and on because I ( @stephanie.worth ) love regular history. Not the wars or politics. Just the ordinary living by ordinary people. History didnt happen with them. . #susquehannastatepark #gristmill #mill #gooutside #exploreamerica #explore #gocamping #seestuff #seeamerica #history #explorehistory
- Wherever Eileen takes us, we like to see what we can -- especially if it's free 😄 We loved seeing the grist mill at Rock Run Historical Area and we were lucky enough to see it running!! 🌽Built in 1794. . I could go on and on because I ( @stephanie.worth ) love regular history. Not the wars or politics. Just the ordinary living by ordinary people. History didnt happen with them. . #susquehannastatepark #gristmill #mill #gooutside #exploreamerica #explore #gocamping #seestuff #seeamerica #history #explorehistory

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