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, UMMA: University of Michigan Museum of Art, University of Michigan Museum of Natural History, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology and Gabii Project. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.


  • 03/17/19
    We want to thank everyone for coming to today's program with Bill McNitt. One of the attendees had a question about Gerald Ford being introduced by Bob Ufer. Here is a link to see that introduction.
    > Washtenaw County Historical Society
  • 03/14/19
    Join us this coming Sunday, March 17 at 2pm, at the Ann Arbor District Library Westgate (2503 Jackson Ave). as archivist and President Gerald R. Ford specialist Bill McNitt discusses Ford and his lega...
    > Washtenaw County Historical Society
  • 03/14/19
    Who else is ready for Spring at Cobblestone Farm?! 🙋🏻‍♀️ #spring #annarbormi #puremichigan #michiganhistory #cobblestonefarm
    > Cobblestone Farm Museum
  • 03/13/19
    First U-M photographer George R. Swain, taken in October 1945 by Eck Stanger, chief photographer for The Ann Arbor News for 40 years, from 1934-1974. He was known as "one-shot Stanger" for his ability...
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  • 03/11/19
    North Division Street - This light-footed young Hampshire hog eluded three policemen and a number of other pursuers for more than a half hour this morning after jumping off a truck at E. Huron and Di...
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  • 03/09/19
    Michigan Central, Engine 86, White Sea at Ypsilanti, early 1870s. Michigan Central Railroad Depot in Ypsilanti's Depot Town on the northwest corner of Cross and River Streets. This three story brick s...
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  • 03/09/19
    Wrecking old Cooley House [Michigan Union site] Date1916. The residence of Judge Thomas M. Cooley became the first home for the Michigan Union. The house was renovated in 1906-1907, opened for student...
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  • 03/09/19
    The Oyster Bay Cafe and J. J. Quarry's drugstore, State Street at North University Avenue, c. 1898. The photo, by the Detroit Photographic Company, looks south; the trees in the distance are on the Un...
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  • 03/08/19
    On this day in 1848, Heman & Eliza Ticknor posted an obituary in the Michigan Argus newspaper for their eldest surviving daughter, who passed away on March 2nd of consumption. Abi was very young at th...
    > Cobblestone Farm Museum
  • 03/06/19
    Detroit Street at Catherine Street in 1932. Ann Arbor News, February 11, 1939 (oldnews.aadl.org)
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  • 03/05/19
    Looking for something fun to do for #womenshistorymonth? We’re partnering with the ladies of MLACWS for a day focused on the contributions of the Ann Arbor Soldiers’ Aid Society during the Civil W...
    > Cobblestone Farm Museum
  • 03/05/19
    State Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan, on a Rainy Day -- 1937 photo by Mel Ivory. When Mel Ivory took the photo, he was standing in the entrance to the Calkins-Fletcher Drug Store (now the south half of E...
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  • 03/04/19
    This photo on the top is of Washtenaw Avenue,taken between 1905-1915 by the Detroit Publishing Company (loc.gov) The photo on the bottom is labeled: Looking north on Washtenaw Ave. toward campus from ...
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  • 03/03/19
    The Detroit Observatory was the first observatory built in the state of Michigan in 1854 and is the second-oldest building on U-M’s campus. In 2005, the Detroit Observatory became a division of the ...
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