The 1896 Ford-MacNichol Home is the main exhibit on the Wyandotte Museums' campus. It houses the majority of the…More city's historical artifacts. Rooms are decorated in various historical themes. Exhibits focusing on local history are set up throughout the year at the museum.
The Ford-MacNichol Home is the focal point of many programs and special events, including the Victorian Mad Hatter Tea, the Halloween Open House and the Victorian Christmas Evening.
Guided tours of the Ford-MacNichol Home are available from noon to 4 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays from April to January. The house also can be rented for weddings and receptions.
In addition to the Ford-MacNichol Home, the Wyandotte Museums' campus includes the the 1908 Burns Home, 2624 Biddle; the 1862 Marx Home, 2630 Biddle; and the Old Timers' Log Cabin, 2815 Van Alstyne.
The Burns Home houses the offices of the Wyandotte Museum and the Wyandotte Historical Society. It's also where the museum's collection of local history archives and genealogical information is stored. The archives, which are open to the public, contain photographs, letters, journals, records, yearbooks and other unpublished materials from Wyandotte's past.
The museum's recorded news and event line is 1-734-324-7284.
White Furniture 3025 Biddle Ave, Wyandotte, MI48192 White Furniture has been a Wyandotte institution for more than 60 years. Customers can browse four floors of furniture,…More which house mattresses, dining room, living room and bedroom sets, home office furniture, entertainment pieces and home accents. More than 100 home furnishing brands are available. Interior decorating services are available in-store and a virtual design-a-room application is available on the website.