Wyandotte Museums
Ford-MacNichol Home (1896)  
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2610 Biddle Avenue
 
The 1896 Ford-MacNichol Home is the main exhibit building of the Wyandotte Museums’ campus and houses the majority of the artifact collection. In this historic house setting, a vivid picture of early 20th century Wyandotte is recreated with elegantly appointed rooms and rotating exhibits on local history. Annual Pie and Ice-Cream Social at the Wyandotte Museums
 
Guided tours of the Ford-MacNichol Home are conducted Thursday through Sunday, 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM (last tour of the day starts at 3:30 PM), from April through the first week of January. In addition, the Ford-MacNichol Home can be rented for weddings, photo sessions, and small receptions.
   
Activities at the Ford-MacNichol Home
In addition to the tours, The Ford-MacNichol Home is the focal point of many of the Wyandotte Museums’ programs in the Heritage Event Series including the Victorian Mad Hatter Tea, the Hallowe’en Open House, and the Victorian Christmas Evening. For a listing of the Heritage Events and other activities, click here.
 
Renting the Ford-MacNichol Home
The Ford-MacNichol Home is available for Weddings, Photo Sessions, and general rentals. For more information click here.
 
 
For Historical Information the Ford-MacNichol Home, please click here.