Mann House

205 Hanover Street,
Concord, MI 49237
Historical Site
The Mann House (1883) is an excellent example of middle-class Victorian architecture. Once the home of Daniel and Ellen Mann and their daughters, the house is a museum operation by the Michigan History Center. The home is furnished with late-19th century heirlooms including personal items belonging to family members. Unique features of the house include a marbleized slate fireplace and treasures from the sisters’ travel in Asia. The museum is open Friday through Sunday from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
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