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Open hours at the Whaley Historic House Museum

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Presented by Whaley Historical House Association at Whaley Historic House Museum, Flint MI

Sep 19 2020
Open hours at the Whaley Historic House Museum

Come visit the decorated Whaley Historic House Museum during our open hours 11 AM – 2 PM. Admission is free but donations are welcome. Masks required.

Enjoy a stroll through the Whaley Historic House Museum! Transport yourself to a bygone era and develop a deeper appreciation and understanding of our shared cultural heritage and history. The Whaley Historic House Museum is a Victorian house museum restored to the period of 1885-1925, when it served as the home of Robert and Mary Whaley, who helped shaped the fabric of Flint through civic engagement, philanthropy, and business. The stunning furnishings and original features of the House will

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Admission is free but donations are welcome!

Contact: 8104714714


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Whaley Historic House Museum

624 E Kearsley Street, Flint, MI 48503

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Parking onsite and nearby.


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    • Wheelchair Access

Visitors with disabilities can gain access to Whaley Historic House Museum using the ramp at the rear of the house. Because we are a historic structure, only the first floor is accessible.

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This service is funded in part by the Genesee County Arts Education and Cultural Enrichment Millage funds. Your tax dollars are at work!