Troy Museum & Historic Village
The Troy Museum & Historic Village includes ten historic structures in a charming two-acre village located in the heart of Troy, Michigan. Here visitors of all ages can explore the lifestyles of the pioneers who established homes and farms in rural Troy Township during the 1800s. The carefully restored and fully furnished buildings include a log cabin (1840), a Greek revival home (1865), a brick one-room school (1877), print shop, wagon shop, and town hall (1900), a general store (1918) and a turn-of the-century church and parsonage. Visitors may also explore the exhibit gallery and gift shop located in the main museum building.
Your donations help:
Our fundraising campaign- The Heritage Campaign. We are raising 7.7 million dollars to move an 1830's barn and an 1830's historic house to the museum, purchase additional land for them, develop endowment and change our main building into an exhibit hall.
There are many ways you can get involved.
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