Home » Places Granny's Boot Antiques home of Grevpode Gallery Deb and Madge have 43 years in the antiques business in Canada and decided to show their treasures from their vintage barn on their "getaway" property. They specialize in primitive rustic antiques, but have a little bit of everything and some just plain different stuff. As for their Folk Art, with 2 resident artists creating contemporary folk and outsider art, they have over 300 pieces to choose from - including paintings, carvings and dimensional artwork. Their hours are: Saturday and Sunday 10am - 3pm. Other times by appointment only. Granny's Boot Antiques home of Grevpode Gallery 10761 Miller Road Springville, NY 14141 United States Phone: 716-592-2921 42° 27' 47.2968" N, 78° 42' 8.1972" W Website: www.GrannysBootAntiques.com General Information Wheelchair Accessible: Yes Parking: Yes RV Parking: Yes Bus Parking: Yes Pets Allowed: Yes Accepts Credit Cards: Yes Internet Access: No Conference / Meeting / Banquet: No Playground: Unknown Indoor Pool: No Outdoor Pool: No Swimming: Boat Launch or Dock: No Fishing Access: None Equestrian Trail Access: Unknown Bicycle Trail Access: Unknown Hiking Trail Access: No Mountain Biking Trail Access: Unknown Snowmobile Trail Access: Unknown Please note Please note that this information may change and may be incorrect Granny's Boot Antiques home of Grevpode Gallery is categorized in Autumn Spring Summer Winter Antiques Gift Shops Art Crafts & Artisans Galleries & Art Spaces Shopping art Rainy Day Ashford Culture Enthusiasts Email this page Travel Guide It's a full 56-page comprehensive guide, highlighting the activities and attractions in our County and it's FREE!! View the visitor's guide online or request that the Enchanted Mountains guide be snail mailed to you for FREE! Related Events Southern Tier Symphony's 16th Season "Beethoven and Brahms" Blueberry Season is Here! Friends of Good Music presents Manhattan Piano Trio Friends of Good Music presents Manhattan Piano Trio Olean Theatre Workshop presents "The Crucible"