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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. 

The Penniman- $250-499

Ebenezer Jenckes Penniman (1804-1890) was Plymouth's first member of the U.S. Congress, serving as Congressman from 1851 to 1853.  His home at 1160 Sutton Street (now Penniman Avenue) was built in the 1840s.  Daughter Kate Penniman Allen lived in the home with her husband, William O. Allen, after her father's death.  The building is now the property of Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church.  In 1840, Penniman also built the white frame building that became the first public school in the Village of Plymouth.  He gave the building to Plymouth as a memorial to his wife in 1853.  The building was on the site of today's Central Middle School.


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