The Old Mill Museum is Dundee’s only venue to showcase its local history. Lovingly restored during the 1980’s by a group of volunteers known as the Old Mill Restoration Committee, the Museum houses three stories of permanent and changing exhibits which take the visitor back to the excitement and joy of yesteryear.

Fashion, furniture, farm life, also an exhibit honoring the Native Americans who lived on the Macon Reserve, plus the legacy of Henry Ford capture the imagination.
 

 

Come visit the Old Mill Museum in historic Dundee Michigan. Revisit our history by touring the 3 floors that offer many displays of the days gone by. As you stroll through the aisles taking in each and every scene with your thoughts going back to the ancestors of Dundee Michigan be sure to take in the details of the creativity for the treasured possessions in the recreation of history for bygone days.

 

First Floor Photos

Second Floor Photos

Third Floor Photos

Native American Display

 

 

Be sure to visit the Gift Shoppe. Click on image below

 

 

 
 

 

 

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