Get Party at the Museum Tickets Online

The Party at the Museum is right around the corner, Friday, September 26, 2014 from 5 pm until 11 pm. Purchase your tickets online and bypass waiting in line to purchase tickets at the door. If you prepay online, your packet will be ready to go with all of your materials and you can head right into the party. Just bring in a printed receipt of your purchase and streamline your experience that night. We are expecting a huge crowd so buy your tickets now at the following link.

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Party at the Museum Tickets at Homecoming

The Second Annual Party at the Museum will take place September 26th from 5-11 p.m.

Discounted tickets will be available ($10 tickets will be marked down to $8) at Dearborn Homecoming at Living History Hill on August 1-3. In addition, tickets can be purchased (after August 3) at the McFadden Ross House, online and at the door. All proceeds benefit the Dearborn Historical Museum and its educational programs.

Find out more about the event by clicking here.
 

Raise the Sign Campaign

We have a very exciting opportunity that has recently been presented. It has been long overdue that a sign be placed on the corner of Michigan Avenue and Brady Street to make more people aware that the McFadden-Ross House, the Gardner House, and the Museum office reside on Brady just north of Michigan.

Find out how you can help make this a reality through our Raise the Sign Campaign. You can click on the link to the left or just click here.

Join Us for An Evening with President Abraham Lincoln and his wife Mary Todd – May 28, 2014

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President Abraham Lincoln (Fred Priebe) and his wife Mary Todd Lincoln (Bonnie Priebe) presents Who Would Jack Vote For? The 1864 election campaign with its twists and turns would make even today’s politicians blush.

There will be a Q & A with President and Mrs. Lincoln and raffle prizes.

For more details and to purchase tickets click here.

New Civil War Exhibit Up and Running

Well, now that the grand opening of the new exhibit is past us, please visit the Dearborn Historical Museum over the next 3 months to enjoy the visuals and learn about those that served from this area. The exhibit will be open Tuesday – Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. In the meantime, please watch this brief video highlighting just a few of the things you will see and learn about when you tour Dearborn in the Civil War. Please let us know if you have any questions.