The Grand River Historical Museum functions as a time capsule using everyday objects and images to tell stories--not exquisite antiques and expensive collections--but rather the bits and pieces collected from the daily lives of the men, women, and families who built our community. With 9,600 square feet of exhibit space, the museum allows visitors to re-connect with the early history of the region. We believe that visitors who are able to reach out and embrace the past will be better wardens of the future.
Just ring the doorbell!
The curator is normally at the museum.
Open Year Round | Closed Easter and Christmas
Normal Days & Hours
Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday | 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Call 660-646-1341 for tours anytime
The museum may not open during periods of inclement weather during the winter months.
We are proud to showcase our new additions to our campus:
The AME Bethel Black History Museum
The Ron Wilder
Traditional Arts Center
Location & Directions
From U.S. Highway 65 (Washington Street) - Go west on Bryan Street and turn north on McNally Street. You'll see the museum straight ahead. For a map, press below.