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Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday: 1-4 p.m.
*Closed most holidays, including Christmas and New Year's Day.

Admission Fee

Admission is free for members of the Friends of the Plymouth Historical Museum. Membership Information. Tour groups can be accommodated; please call 734-455-8940 for a reservation.
Adults $5
Students $2 (6-17)
No admission fee is charged for access to the Museum Store only.


The Museum is located at 155 S. Main Street, just north of downtown Plymouth, Michigan. 


Current Special Exhibit

'Twas the Night Before Christmas

November 14 - January 11, 2015

The Plymouth Historical Museum's new special exhibit, "'Twas the Night Before Christmas," runs November 14 through January 11, 2015. The exhibit features several popular Christmas stories and movies from the past two centuries, including the poem of the same name purportedly by Clement C. Moore, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Polar Express, Elf, White Christmas, and Christmas Vacation. Vignettes from A Christmas Carol give a glimpse of the world of Scrooge and Marley, a scene from Elf showcases Santa's workshop, and and Polar Express is highlighted with the children on the back of the Polar Express train. The Museum's Main Street is decorated for the holidays and shop windows have vignettes from other holiday stories and movies.
Beginning Saturday, November 29, Santa will visit the Museum to meet good little girls and boys. Santa Claus will be at the Museum every Saturday until Christmas, and will be at the Museum 10-4 p.m. December 6 during the Annual Craft Bazaar and Open House.

The Plymouth Historical Museum is located at 155 S. Main Street, just north of Kellogg Park in Plymouth. 
Hours of operation are Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 1-4 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for children (6-17). The Museum is family friendly, with activities to engage visiting children. Tours can be accommodated. Please call 734-455-8940 for more information or to make a tour reservation.

Thanks to Patrick Currie for creating this video.