The Old Mill Museum is Dundee’s only venue to showcase its local history. Lovingly restored during the 1980’s by a group of volunteers known as the Old Mill Restoration Committee.

 The Museum houses three stories of permanent and changing exhibits which take the visitor back to the excitement and joy
of yesteryear.

Fashion, furniture, farm life, an exhibit honoring the Native Americans who lived on the Macon Reserve, and the legacy
of Henry Ford, including the hydro-electric generator he had installed, capture the imagination.



Upcoming Events:

Antique Tractor Show 2016
Saturday, August 20, 2016
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Old Mill Museum/Wolverine Park
242 Toledo St. Dundee, MI

Christmas Home Tour 2016
Sunday, December 4, 2016
Times TBA



President: Jane Beaubien
Vice President: Scott Heck
Secretary: Patricia K. Rountree
Treasurer: Teresa Marino
Archivist: Randi Kominek
Director: Shirley Massingill


12 - 4
Fri - Sat
Sun - Mon

Phone: 734-529-8596

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The Historical Preservation Society of Dundee
242 Toledo Street Dundee, MI 48131

The Old Mill Museum is thinking ahead to Christmas. On Sunday, December 4, 2016, the museum wants to host its second annual (renewed) Christmas Home Tour. If you have always enjoyed decorating your home for the holidays, please consider being part of this year's tour. If your friend or neighbor loves to decorate encourage them. We are looking for all types of housing: old and new, large and small, mansion or apartment. The Christmas spirit inspires all. For more information, please contact the Old Mill at 734-529-8596. You also can call the tour chairman, Meg Heinlen, at 734-529-3038. The Old Mill is open Friday through Monday from noon until 4 p.m.





Experience the joys of yesteryear at the Old Mill Museum. Explore the three floors of local history exhibits, and learn about life in early Dundee. Use our archives to research local people, buildings and events. Take some time to enjoy the scenic views of the River Raisin and relax in adjacent Wolverine Park.





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