Welcome to the Wyandotte Museums  

 The Wyandotte Museums would like to welcome you to our home on the web! 


On this site you will find information about our many events, exhibitions, and volunteer activities.  You can also find information about doing research in our archives and additional resources available to those with an interest in history.


The Wyandotte Museums are a part of the Department of Recreation, Leisure, and Culture for the City of Wyandotte.  Established in 1977, the Wyandotte Museums seeks to promote an awareness and appreciation of the history of our city and the surrounding area.  Our efforts in this pursuit include historical programs, tours, collections, and preservation. 


Please visit us and see all that Wyandotte has to offer.


Keep up with the Museum on Facebook and Twitter!  Daily updates include event information, Wyandotte history facts, and more!





Channel 4's Vote for the Best Contest

We are excited to announce that we have been nominated for Channel 4's Vote for the Best Contest! Please follow the link to cast your vote for us!


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Employment Opportunity

The City of Wyandotte s currently seeking a Part Time Recreation, Leisure, and Culture Custodian Maintenance Assitant. Primary duties include cleaning and general building maintenance of the Wyandotte Museums Cultural Campus, which consists of the Ford-MacNichol Home, Burns Home, Marx Home, and the Bishop Park Log Cabin. This includes minimal grounds care. When necessary, the individual will assist Recreation or Yack personnel in other maintenance related tasks. Submit resumes and application to the Wyandotte Museums, 2624 Biddle, Wyandotte, MI 48192 or by email . E.O.E. The full job discription can be viewed on the City website

Website Notification


Website Issues?

Our website is currently experiencing some issues and we are currently working with our web host to resolve them.  Our most current event information can be found at the city's website.  We can also be contacted via email (museum@wyan.org) or by phone (734.324.7284).  

We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience!

Drennan Family Exhibit Opening June 26th!


New Third Floor Exhibit

Featuring the Drennan Family


Come see our new third floor exhibit highlighting the lives of the Drennan Family starting Friday, June 26th!  The exhibit, titled Navigating the Norm: The Women of the Drennan Family, explores the way the five Drennan sisters challenged expectations for women during the early 1900s.

Tours of the Ford-MacNichol home occur Thursday thru Sunday from noon to 4 pm.  We hope to see you soon!

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