Coming April 5th, 2014
Make plans now to attend the grand opening of the next exhibit at the Dearborn Historical Museum. To celebrate the sesquicentennial of 1864, the DHM is joining forces with the Sons of Union Veterans to tell the story of what was happening locally at the Detroit Arsenal at Dearbornville in the context of the larger conflict. The stories of local residents who fought will be told through stimulating visual and 3-D materials. There will be displays at both the McFadden-Ross House and the Commandant’s Quarters. The Sons of Union Veterans will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. The festivities begin on April 5th at 1:00 p.m. If you have questions, please call the DHM office at 313-565-3000.
The Detroit Arsenal at Dearbornville in 1864. The entrance would, today, be in the middle of Monroe just north of Michigan Avenue.
There is a dedicated group of people working hard to keep local history alive. Our goal is to provide quality programming that enhances the lives of our visitors and encourages an appreciation for the foundations of this rich historical area. For your next outing, please consider the Dearborn Historical Museum. Check out our events page and then watch the following short video. We look forward to seeing you soon. Thank you for supporting local history.
Here is a Walking Tour of West Dearborn for any and all to enjoy. We are posting the map and the text in pdf form, all you have to do is click below. The tour has been divided up into 3 separate walks or if you are feeling energized on the day you go, feel free to walk all 3 on the same day. Even though the weather is not conducive to a walking tour right now, better days are ahead and we hope this brings pleasant thoughts for the day you can explore the rich history of Dearborn. Please stop in at the Museum and say hello when you come. Thank you for supporting local history.
West Dearborn Walking Tour Map 332014
Walking Tour Text West Dearborn