Milford Historical Society Museum

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Facility:Milford Historical Society Museum
Description:This 1853 Greek revival structure which houses the Milford Historical Society Museum was built by local cabinet maker John Wood. The upper floor of the museum is furnished as a home of the late Victorian era might have been. Many of the furnishings are items that were manufactured in Milford.The formal parlor and dining room depict the more gracious aspects of life. The kitchen, with its period gadgets, and the bedroom, with its rope bed, straw tick, and thunder-mug remind visitors of the more primitive conditions of the era. A toy room delights children of all ages. The latchstring is always out at this depiction of the Job G. Bigelow cabin built in the south end of Milford Township in 1833.
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Address 1:124 E Commerce
Address 2:
City:Milford, MI
State/Province:MI
Zip Code:48381
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:May through November, Wed 1-4 and Sat 1-4
Admission:Free
Telephone:(248) 685-7308
Website:Visit Website
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