Cappon House

Cappon House The Cappon House is open seasonally (May-September), Fridays and Saturdays from 12pm to 4pm. The Cappon House is operated by the Holland Museum.

Dutch immigrant architect Jan R. Kleyn designed this Italianate style house for Holland's first mayor and tannery owner, Isaac Cappon, and his large family. Owned by the Cappons from 1873 until 1980, the house's stately interiors are furnished with one of the country's largest collections of early Grand Rapids furniture in its original setting. The house was comprehensively restored in 2000 - 2004 including the reproduction of original wallpapers, floor coverings and silk upholstery material. A Visitor Center, in the Cappon barn is the starting point for touring both the Cappon and nearby Settlers houses.


The Cappon House is open now through September on Fridays and Saturdays 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The Cappon House is open during Tulip Time! Come see us!

The Cappon House is open during Tulip Time! Come see us!

Holland Museum

Holland Museum

What will you discover when you visit the Museum TONIGHT for FREE? Enjoy the Museum, including the Dutch Galleries, Michigan Heritage Barns and Smithsonian Spark!Lab tonight from 4-8pm for no admission cost.

Cappon House's cover photo

Cappon House's cover photo


The Cappon House opens for the season on 5/7, from 12pm-4pm. During Tulip Time (5/7-5/14) it will be open daily from 12pm-4pm. Following TT, it will be open Fridays & Saturdays from 12pm-4pm.


228 W 9th St
Holland, MI


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