The historic Settlers House is a small family home that was lived in by a series of working-class families over the course of its long history. Built around 1867, the building survived the Great Holland Fire of 1871 and was continuously lived in until the 1990s. Today, the home has been restored to how it would have appeared in 1871.
Settlers House Tour is included with the Cappon House Tour. Tickets are purchased at the Cappon House.
Open June 16 to August 19, 2023 - Special Group Tours
of 5 or more are available September through May, three to four weeks in
advance, by appointment only. To reserve your tour, please contact Deb Wake at [email protected].
The Settlers House is a historic home and is not handicapped accessible. Please be advised that the Settlers House is located down the block from the Cappon House and requires walking.
Street parking is
available along 10th Street, Washington Avenue, and on the north side of 9th
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