Love history? Be a Guide at the Plymouth Historical Museum!
Plymouth Historical Society
Share your knowledge of history with visitors to the Plymouth Historical Museum! Guides assist visitors with interpreting exhibits and understanding context. Many learning opportunities are available, including becoming an expert on Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Exhibit, becoming knowledgable in Plymouth history in the Timeline of Plymouth Exhibit, and learning the history presented in special exhibits that change three times a year. Come have fun with us and share your love of history!
About Plymouth Historical Society
Plymouth Historical Museum, 155 S. Main Street, Plymouth, MI 48170, US
The Friends of the Plymouth Historical Museum, formally the Plymouth Historical Society, is a privately funded membership organization dedicated to preserving, teaching, and presenting history through the operation and support of the Plymouth Historical Museum.
The Plymouth Historical Society was organized in 1948 with 52 original members. The Plymouth Historical Museum opened its doors to the public on 14 February 1976; an addition was completed in 2001. The Museum is housed in a beautiful, 26,000-square-foot building, donated to the Society by Miss Margaret Dunning in memory of her parents.