375 Main Street, Coopersville, MI
Community starts here. The Coopersville Farm Museum is located in Historic Downtown Coopersville, a stone's throw away from the Coopersville & Marne Railway, the Del Shannon Memorial, and the Coopersville Area Historical Museum. August & September the museum is filled with wall to wall quilts. Feb/March it's Dolls of Our Lives. Every December you will find Christmas Trees decorated by groups, individuals, and businesses, Gingerbread Houses on display, nearly 200 entries in the Michigan's Bounty photo and art contest, collections, tractors, art, and so much more are found inside this 12,000 square foot facility, built in 2001. Originally intended to house tractors, the museum has developed into an important representation of the Coopersville area community. Winter hours are Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, from 10am - 2pm. The museum is also open for special events and available for private parties. The Coopersville Farm Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, honoring farming and rural life.
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