Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm
1005 Van Hoosen Road, Rochester Hills, MI 48306 - United States
The Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm is located in historic Stony Creek Village and includes the 1840 Van Hoosen Farm House, the 1927 Van Hoosen Dairy Barn, the 1850 Red House, the 1848 Stoney Creek Schoolhouse, award-winning Children's Garden and 16 acres of landscaped grounds bordered by Stoney Creek.
The Rochester Hills Museum celebrates its 40th anniversary this year with all new exhibits sharing the establishment of the Village of Stony Creek, the founding of Avon Township and Rochester as well as the remarkable story of five generations of the Taylor-Van Hoosen families who were the subjects of the PBS
Documentary Pioneer Family: On Van Hoosen Farm.
Open Hours: Friday and Saturday: 12:00-3:00.
Tours of the 1927 Dairy Barn, 1840 Farmhouse, 1850 Red House, 1828 Stony Creek Schoolhouse as well as a special program by the Museum Archivist.
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