Welcome To Hamburg Historical Museum
Preserving and Presenting The History Of Hamburg
Hamburg Historical Museum is located at 7225 Stone Street In The Village of Hamburg, Michigan USA
The Hamburg Township Historical Society is dedicated to preserving township history and presenting it – at its Museum in the old village of Hamburg and in the township at large -- through engaging exhibits, educational programs, and events for residents and visitors alike.
Historical Society Seeks New Board Members and Volunteers
Do you have a passion for local history and a desire to make a difference in your community? If yes, the Hamburg Township Historical Society invites you to apply for a seat on its board of directors. Several seats will be opening soon, with terms to begin in January 2021. If you’d like to be considered for a spot, complete the application below and return it to the Historical Society at P.O. Box 272, Hamburg, MI 48139 by September 15, 2020. Questions? Contact Suzanne Hines at 586-904-9346.
Want to work as a volunteer instead, on a special project or maybe a once-a-month basis? The Historical Society needs you, too! We welcome volunteer applications all year long. Fill out the one below and mail it in or stop by the museum from 11 am-3 pm on Wednesdays or Saturdays.
Hamburg Museum Opens Doors for the First Time in 2020
Around the time that the Hamburg Township Historical Museum was ready to open its doors for the 2020 season, COVID-19 hit Michigan and cultural institutions were closed. Recent executive orders have eased those rules, enabling the Hamburg museum to welcome visitors again under “stay safe” practices like wearing a mask (for those ages 5+), using hand sanitizer after entering the building, and social distancing.
A successful “soft opening” was held on August 8, ensuring that those practices would work. “So, we now feel comfortable establishing our 2020 hours as 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays,” noted Administrator Patricia Majher.
New to the museum for 2020 is a rotating exhibit gallery. Its first exhibit – to launch this fall – will focus on historic businesses that once called Hamburg Township home. “For example, many people have heard of the Hamburg Dairy,” said Majher. “But few realize we had a cheese company that operated 40 years before that.” Next to the new gallery is a gift shop of merchandise that celebrates township history as well as the love of tea.
The museum’s popular tea room isn’t yet able to host events, due to COVID-related room capacity restrictions. “If that situation changes,” said Majher, “we’ll let everybody know.”
Hamburg Township Historical Museum
7225 Stone Street/PO Box 272
Hamburg, MI 48139
810-986-0190 or 734-320-9367
Hours of Operation
Wednesdays & Saturdays 11 am-3 pm
Hamburg Township Board of Directors
Wayne Burkhardt, President
George Weinhagen, Vice President
Suzanne Hines, Secretary/Treasurer
Patricia Corr, Membership Chair
Annette Koeble, liaison from the township board
Board meetings are held on the third Thursday of every month at 10 am at the Museum. The public is invited to attend.
Hamburg Historical Museum
Museum Phone: 810.986.0190
Tea Room Reservations Phone: 1.586.904.9346
7225 Stone Street
(Old Library Building)
P.O. Box 272
Hamburg, Michigan 48139 USA
Last Updated August 18, 2020
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