The only known plank road tollhouse still in existence in Michigan is part of this village, along with a furnished farmhouse and an authentic one room schoolhouse where the bell still tolls. Located in the shadow of the Meridian Mall, the Meridian Historical Village provides a slice of 19th-century settler life. The Village contains seven historical buildings: a one-room schoolhouse, farmhouse and barn, general store, inn, 19th-century Village Chapel (which is available to rent for weddings), log cabin and a tollgate house from the plank road era. Open May–Oct., Sat. 10 a.m.–2 p.m. or by appointment. Donations appreciated for admission.