One afternoon spent strolling along the tree lined streets and through the historic downtown is all it will take for you to fall in love with the history and charm of Marshall. Whether you’ve come for a day, a weekend, or a lifetime, we know you’ll feel at home.
Marshall’s tradition of historical preservation and restoration began in the 1920s, found resonance in home tours that first occurred in the 1950s, and culminated in 1991, when the National Park Service designated us the nation’s largest National Historic Landmark District in the Small Urban category.
Scattered among the 850 building in the NHLD are 11 that have become museums of one sort or another. The Historical Society owns three of these historic buildings: The Honolulu House, the G.A.R. Hall, and Capitol Hill School.
Other museums in the are include:
For information on Marshall’s museums, events & attractions, visit Marshall’s portal website, www.historicmarshall.org, or the Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce at www.marshallmi.org or at www.thechambermarshall.com