111 Waterstradt Commerce Drive
Dundee, MI 48131
Phone: (734) 529-5240
Fax: (734) 529-7435
Arts & Museums
The Southern Michigan Railroad Society is a museum dedicated to preserving the rich history of the surrounding regions right from the time the first track was laid. While the museum is open only on Saturdays between May and September, visitors can take train rides and guided tours in the charming old-world steam engines. Call ahead for varied dates.
Displays the history of Toledo's firefighting department with exhibits including vintage pumpers, uniforms, and equipment used by the city's first bucket brigade. Group tours are available.
This living history museum located within a pioneer Classic Revival Michigan farm house depicts early Ann Arbor settler life and the past rural life in Washtenaw County. A 100 year old log cabin is also on site.
Located at The Toledo Botanical Garden, this museum features pieces of this art form including candle shields, tea warmers and lamp shades.
Established in 1981, the Yankee Air Museum is a cool place to visit. Unfortunately, a fire in 2007 burned most of the original collection and eight planes that were on display here. However, after six years, they opened their doors to public again with more colorful displays and artifacts. If you're lucky you may be able to ride in one of the vintage World War II bombers! At an admission price of $5, Yankee Air Museum makes for an interesting visit.
Art museum featuring an extensive collection of art including paintings, sculpture, glass, furniture, silver, and graphic arts from ancient through modern times. A gift shop and restaurant are on-site.
Originally donated by Frederick Stearns in 1899, this musical collections now features over 2,000 musical instruments and is one of the largest and most distinctive collections in the world. Located in the Vesta Mills Gallery, they are open Monday through Friday.
Over 100 years of traditions, spirit, and history of the University of Michigan athletes are displayed at this museum. Also included are displays and stories of Michigan athletes in Big Ten Championship competitions and as part of the Rose Bowl.
The University of Michigan Museum of Art exhibits collections which include masterpieces that are 150 years old. Visit the museum to see classic and contemporary collections from Africa, Asia, America, Europe, and the Middle East. The museum plays an important role in restoring art, and also works at the conservation of rare paintings. Admission is free, though a USD5 donation is encouraged.
Located in one of the oldest buildings on the University of Michigan campus, this museum features artifacts from excavations in the Mediterranean and Near East plus exhibits including pottery, glass, and inscriptions from Egypt, Greece, Rome, and the Near East. The museum is open daily except for Mondays.
Hands-on science center the whole family will enjoy featuring many exhibits, rides, and special events. A gift shop and the Atomic Cafe restaurant are on-site for visitors to enjoy.
Specializes in contemporary prints and fine American crafts while promoting various exhibits and shows.