Governor's Mansion Museum

612 South Marshall Avenue, Marshall, MI 49068
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One of the better known Marshall dwellings with Greek Revival influences is the Governor's Mansion. This mansion was built in 1839, in anticipation that Marshall would become the State Capitol of Michigan. Currently the home of the Mary Marshall Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Marshall Historical Society. Summer hours open Sundays through Labor Day 1 - 5 pm; other times by appointment.
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