Vicksburg Historical Village

This entry was posted in Attractions & Recreation, on May 4th, 2010 .

Vicksburg, Mich. — And here’s a gem hidden away in the village of Vicksburg — located about 13 miles south of Kalamazoo in Kalamazoo County.

The Vicksburg Historical Village is near downtown Vicksburg and is open to the public. The Village includes: the Depot Museum, the former 1904 Union Station featuring more than 10,000 historical and genealogical items; Strong School, a one-room school house moved from its original location; the Commercial Print Shop, a working newspaper office and print shop, and the Oswalt Farm House, the anchor of a 1900s farmstead, which includes a windmill, granary, dog coop, woodshed, and outhouse.

The Historical Society Volunteers are available to answer questions about Vicksburg area history and assist with genealogy/family history questions.

The museum is open Saturdays from 10 to 3.
Call 269-649-1733 to make an individual or group appointment.

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