Opened in 2005, the William G. Thompson House Museum and Gardens is located in historic and beautiful Hudson, Michigan. A unique house museum, the Thompson Museum treats visitors to an immaculate 1890's Queen Anne style home as well as the contents. The extensive collections of William G. Thompson, third generation banker and owner of the home, focused on oriental art. Japanese woodblock prints, jade carvings, and chinese glass and porcelain fill the home. The gardens were established in the 1890's by W. G. Thompson's grandmother Sophia. Few changes have been made to the house and grounds in the 100 plus years the home has been in Hudson. Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12:30 to 3:30pm. Other times by appointment as well.
101 Summit Street
Hudson, MI 49247
Reservations: (517) 448-8125
Phone: (517) 448-8125
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