The Honolulu House Museum

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Facility:The Honolulu House Museum
Description:This unique structure was built in 1860 as a private residence for Judge Abner Pratt upon his return from the Sandwich (Hawaiian) Islands where he served as U.S. Consul. The house is said to resemble the Executive Mansion he occupied while serving in Honolulu from 1857 to 1859.

The Honolulu House is now the home of the Marshall Historical Society. The wall and ceiling paintings, carpets and furniture have all been carefully researched to recreate its 1880's splendor. Exterior repair and replacement of moldings, railings, spindles, and stairs is continually being done to restore and preserve the structure. It is maintained by the society as a historical museum.
A D D R E S S
Address 1:107 N. Kalamazoo Ave.
Address 2:
City:Marshall
State/Province:MI
Zip Code:49068
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:Call to schedule a tour
Admission:$5.00 Adults; Children under 12 free.
Telephone:(269) 781-8544
Website:Visit Website
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