Navigate / search

 


Welcome To
Hamburg Historical Museum

Preserving and Presenting The History Of Hamburg

Opened in 2004, the goal of the Hamburg Historical Museum is to preserve and present the history of Hamburg, Michigan.

The Museum is located in one of Hamburg's major historic buildings. The building began in the mid-1850s as a Methodist Church, housed the Hamburg Township offices in the mid-1900's and was the home of the Hamburg Township Library for over 20 years.

Take a walk into Hamburg history at the Hamburg Township Historical Museum.

Enjoy our wonderful displays of vintage toys, dolls and children's books.

 

  • Raise The Roof Sign

    RAISE THE ROOF!

    The two year roof account has collected approximately 20% of the needed total, so the task now seems much less daunting. Each of you can help us reach our goal in some way.

    Contributions for any pocketbook in our "Buy a Board Campaign." To honor your gift there will be a board for you to sign and it will be placed on display in the museum.  More


    kroger community rewardsDONATE TO THE HAMBURG HISTORICAL MUSUEM BY USING YOUR KROGER PLUS REWARDS CARD

    You can donate to the Hamburg Museum each time you use your Kroger Plus Card! But first, you have to sign up through Kroger to do so! View Printable Details.

  • calendar

    Events and Programs

    View March 2015 Newsletter

    • SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 2015:  ALL AMERICAN AFTERNOON: Baseball, Hot Dogs and Apple Pie presented by Matthew Terry. Matthew Terry grew up in Hamburg, graduated from Pinckney High School in 1988 and MSU in 1992. Matt started collecting baseball cards with his older brother, Mark, when he was 5 years old. Before he was 13 he had a DBA, his own checking account and a mail order business. By 14 he had opened a baseball card store in the store room at the back of the family home. It was called "The Bullpen". Over the years his collections covered many sports, including football, hockey, basketball, boxing as well as baseball. The program he will be presenting is a based on Tiger Stadium, The Negro Leagues & WWII Era Baseball. There will be a door prize drawing for everyone in attendance.
    • Date TBD: View the 1893 Columbia Exposition from the original glass plate pictures

     

  • tea room

    Tea Room

    .

    Looking for a unique place to have your party or event?  Our Tea Room is available for your special event.  We can serve a tea designed to fit your needs.  The Tea Room is also available for rent.  High Tea available by reservation. Darla Miller is the Tea Room Director.  Call 810-231-9816 for details. More

    We're looking for energetic volunteers to help with events in the Tea Room.  This is a good opportunity to serve your community, meet new people, be creative and have fun at the same time!  If you have a positive attitude, enjoy change and like learning new things, please call 810-986-0190.

    Themed Teas for 2015

     

    • A Big Thank You to Martha's Original Mackinac Island Fudge of Brighton, Michigan for providing us with dessert sample trays for our Valentine's Teas!  
    • "Beware The Ides Of March" Tea on Sunday, March 15, 2015, at 2:00 p.m.More
    • "Beware The Ides Of March - 2" Tea on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 2:00 p.m.  - More
    • Wednesday, April 22, 2015 - "April Showers" Tea at 2:00 p.m.  More
    • Saturday, April 25, 2015 - 12:00 p.m. - All American Afternoon - Baseball, Hot Dogs and Applie Pie. Presented by Matthew Terry.

  • gift_shop

    Museum Gift Shop

    Looking for that special gift that doesn't cost much?  We have a wonderful variety of tea pots, vases, greeting cards, books, jewelry and much more.  Everything is new and very reasonably priced.  Local authors and artisan works are featured.  Stop by and do your gift shopping.

    Basement Treasures Resale Shop

    Cleaning out those shelves and drawers? We are looking for donations for our Basement Treasures Resale Shop. We can use household items, small size furniture, clothing, games and books. Donations are tax deductible. Items can be dropped off during Museum hours (Monday - 1:00 - 4:00 p.m., Wednesday 4:00 - 7:00 p.m., Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.) or we can arrange other times as well. Call 810.986.0190 for more information.