Coopersville Farm Museum

375 Main Street,
Coopersville, MI 49448
Celebrate farming and rural life in American. The 12,000 square-foot facility, built in 2001, showcases the John Deere collection of Ed Hanenburg, educational and interactive exhibits relating to farming, agriculture and rural life “Then & Now”. Changing exhibits include tractors, farm tools, art galleries, kid’s area, quilts, and showcased collections from the community. Open year round, Tuesday through Saturday. Hours vary by season. Admission. Barrier-free. Smoke-free. Special rates for facility use and groups with reservations. Coopersville Farm Museum offers a weekly Farmers Market on Wednesdays from 9am-1pm from May through October.
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