Explore the history of Holland, from the Dutch immigrants to today's diverse community, all at the Holland Museum! Kids can go back through the history books as they learn all about the region, from the town's founding by Dutch immigrants, right through to today's innovate, successful and diverse community.
The exhibits within the Holland Museum feature thousands of fascinating historic objects within the permanent galleries, and you can also explore artwork from the Netherlands from the 1600s to the 1900s, within the Dutch galleries.
Who knew that a town in Michigan could have so much fascinating European history?
A great stop during any visit to Holland, the Holland Museum really offers a great foundation for visitors to appreciate the heritage and culture within the community.
The museum has an accessible entrance and there's also a wheelchair available if you need it too. They also offer FREE admission for active military and their families from armed forces day to Labour Day.
Grab something to eat in the area, there are plenty of places!
They are a Blue Star Museum and offer free admission to active military and their families from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day Weekend.
The Museum is accessible with a handicapped accessible entrance on the east side of the building next to the circle drive. There is also a wheelchair available for patron use. Each level of the museum is handicapped accessible, as are the restrooms.
The Holland Museum is located at the corner of 10th Street and River Avenue, across from Centennial Park. Please use the parking lot behind the museum on 9th Street or street parking is available along 10th Street.