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Alamo Township Museum

John E. Gray Memorial

8119 6th St., Alamo, MI 49009

This local history museum is located in downtown Alamo, just north of West D Avenue. Go to the four way stop in Alamo, head north and it's on the west side of the road.

May-October hours (as of May 2009):

Saturday and Sunday, 2pm-4pm

Tuesdays, 1pm-3pm

Special appointments and tours are available

Museum Curator (as of May 2009):

Brian Smith    269-226-9411

The museum is housed in the oldest building in Alamo Township. It was originally built in 1865 as a Presbyterian Church. The museum offers information and photos of Alamo area pioneers. Recreated Victorian period dioramas and collections of pioneer items are abundant, including dolls, tools, sewing machines, schoolhouse and post office items. A barn in the back features a buggy and a display of farming and railroad equipment.

The museum is registered with the Michigan Museum Association, Historical Society of Michigan and the Michigan History Division A.A.A.

Admission is free. Donations are welcome.




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This web page was last updated on Sept. 16, 2009.