Plymouth Historical Museum

155 South Main Street, Plymouth, MI 48170
Description
Take a stroll through a family friendly museum featuring a recreation of Plymouth's 19th-century Main Street, a display about Daisy BB guns, a hands-on area for kids, a Timeline of Plymouth, and special changing exhibits. The Dr. Weldon Petz Abraham Lincoln collection, another permanent exhibit, includes more than 10,000 artifacts relating to Lincoln. Admission to the Museum is $5 for adults and $2 for children ages 6-17. Admission is free for members of the Friends of the Plymouth Historical Museum. The Museum is open Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 1 - 4 pm, and is closed most holidays. The Museum Store is open the same hours as the Museum, but the admission fee is not required to access the store. The store carries unique items relating to Plymouth and Plymouth history that are not found at local Plymouth shops. The Plymouth Historical Museum has an active education program, catering to elementary aged children and using curriculum-based standards. The Museum's Archive is accessible to researchers on Wednesdays and Fridays, after paying the $5 admission fee. The archive has a heavy emphasis on records from Plymouth and Plymouth Township. The Plymouth Historical Museum belongs to the Friends of the Plymouth Historical Museum (aka Plymouth Historical Society), which is a privately funded membership organization and a 501(c)3 charitable organization. We do not receive any government tax dollars.
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