When: 09/04/2013 | 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Where: 155 S. Main Street
Plymouth, MI 48170
The Plymouth Historical Museum's current exhibit, "Made in America," ends Sunday, June 9. The Museum will be closed June 10-20 as we gear up for our next special exhibit, "B4TV." The new exhibit opens June 21 and takes a nostalgic look at leisure activities before the advent of television, during a time when Americans had a slower-paced life style. The exhibit features the period 1900 to 1940, with vignettes highlighting common family activities such as picnics, singing around the organ, listening to radio programs, and participating in sporting activities such as bicycling and croquet. Throughout the Museum's Main Street, historic items from our extensive collections will be highlighted, including paper dolls, comic books, games, and fishing lures made in Plymouth. Consider slowing down this summer and visit the Plymouth Historical Museum to see how we lived before technology took control of our lives. The exhibit runs June 21-November 10, 2013. For more information or to schedule a group tour, call 734-455-8940.