Museums in Ann Arbor, MI - Page 1

Find museums in Ann Arbor, MI. Listings include Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum, University of Michigan Museum of Natural History, UMMA: University of Michigan Museum of Art, DeadSexyTattoo.com and Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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120 E Huron St, Ann Arbor 48104

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  • 01/22/21
    Bethel AME Church in Ann Arbor celebrated their Centennial from Sunday, Sept. 8 to Sunday, Sept. 15, 1957. The Rt. Rev. Joseph Gomez, Presiding Bishop The Rev. James A. Aikens, Presiding Elder The Re...
    > African American Cultural & Historical Museum
  • 01/22/21
    ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY Program cover image for Bethel AME Church. Sunday, Sept. 8 to Sunday, Sept. 15, 1957 The Rt. Rev. Joseph Gomez, Presiding Bishop The Rev. James A. Aikens, Presiding Elder The...
    > African American Cultural & Historical Museum
  • 01/21/21
    In this first episode of Ypsi Stories, Ypsilanti District Library circulation clerk Jerome Drummond educates us about early land speculation in the Ypsilanti area, focusing chiefly on the prominent la...
    > Washtenaw County Historical Society
  • 01/21/21
    Many people know about the destruction of neighborhoods in big cities like Detroit and Chicago that happened in the name of “Urban Renewal” during the 1950s and 1960s. Did you know that Ypsilanti expe...
    > African American Cultural & Historical Museum
  • 01/20/21
    Native plant of the week: Large-leaved aster Each week we showcase a plant that's native to the continental United States. This week’s plant is large-leaved aster (Eurybia macrophylla). Here’s a nat...
    > Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arbore
  • 01/19/21
    David Ambrose, George Frederick and Richard Dumas, all three sons of Rev and Mrs. David Blake (504 N.Fifth Ave.) served in the armed forces. Ann Arbor News, February 3, 1944.
    > African American Cultural & Historical Museum
  • 01/19/21
    Ann Arbor News, February 25, 1955 - SIGN OF SPRING: Yesterday's spring-like weather caused this Ann Arbor lad, Richard Brenen of 705 Gott St., to don his roller skates as a few neighborhood dogs look ...
    > African American Cultural & Historical Museum
  • 01/19/21
    "Downtown Detroit," a 1947 painting by Carlos Lopez included in the works of art selected for Curriculum/Collection, depicts a Motor City skyline that doesn't quite exist. All the buildings are real, ...
    > UMMA: University of Michigan Museum of Art
  • 01/19/21
    "Tubby" stands guard over Steven Miller, the seven-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Miller. You can't tell it from here, but "Tubby" is also protecting two-year-old Christian Miller who--the News...
    > Washtenaw County Historical Society
  • 01/19/21
    Ann Arbor News photographer Eck Stanger went to school on September 18, 1940 to take a picture of a four-legged second grader - Merritt Martin's dog Blackie. She has been going to school for more than...
    > Washtenaw County Historical Society
  • 01/19/21
    Major, the four-year-old Great Dane belonging to the Delta Tau Delta fraternity, shows up every morning at the University Spudnut Shoppe, 1205 1/2 S. University Ave., for his spudnut. He comes alone, ...
    > Washtenaw County Historical Society
  • 01/19/21
    The year was 1949 when an Ann Arbor News photographer captured this image of Mailman Ernest Pommerening and his dog Bounce at work. Ernest was the son of August Pommerening and Mathilde (Wruck) Pommer...
    > Washtenaw County Historical Society
  • 01/18/21
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    > UMMA: University of Michigan Museum of Art
  • 01/18/21
    Quote from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
    > Washtenaw County Historical Society