New dairy barn with flags built in 1927 and adaptively reused as a year round exhibit facility.
Photo courtesy of Rochester Hill Museum
A nationally registered historic site that contains the 1840 Van Hoosen Farmhouse, the 1888 Red House and the 1927 Dairy Barn that has been converted into a year-round exhibit gallery. Situated in a 15 acre park with Stoney Creek Stream, gardens, agricultural barns and nearby pioneer schoolhouse and cemetery.
1005 Van Hoosen Road
Rochester Hills, MI 48306
Phone: (248) 656-4663
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