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Holland Museum

31 West 10th Street

Mission :

The Holland Historical Trust is the catalyst for a dynamic interaction of the past and present that enriches the greater Holland area. By collecting, preserving and communicating what has been, the Trust focuses the power of the past to shape the future. Its educational facilities and collections are representative of a diverse heritage and are accessible to all.

Vision :

To shape the future of the greater Holland area by celebrating and building on those qualities that made it thrive in the past.


Candice Fleszar-Smith

Wednesday, July 4, 2018
This museum has cultural attractions from the "old country," including Dutch paintings and decorative arts and exhibits from the Netherlands Pavilion of the 1939 New York World's Fair. The museum also has local history, including Lake Michigan maritime and agricultural history. Artifacts in the collections include local history from the start of "Holland Kolonies" to locally produced furniture and automotive and boat building components. If you love history, check out #DiscoveryMichigan tours and experiences! #HistoryTour #LakeshoreTour #FurnitureCity

Sarah Nuscher

Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Nice museum, very informative about Holland -> American culture, nice staff too

Vincent Boileau

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Was there for a video shoot, so I didn't have the benefit of a full tour, but I was really impressed by some of the artifacts they had, especially the upstairs gallery which has some really well preserved oil paintings and antique furniture. Would like to go back sometime now that they're opening a Spark Lab there for kids.

Ben Otis Realtor

Saturday, July 28, 2018
My daughter and I had a great afternoon here.

Aviv Karni

Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017
We visited during their Halloween event with our kids and it was a lot of fun. The staff was all friendly and the exhibits were well-lit with so much interesting information about the area! I wish the event details had been more clearly communicated- the games were fun for young kids, and so were the crafts, but there wasn't anything else interesting for kids so young.

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