Monroe County Historical Museum Annual Christmas Tree Festival

The 32nd annual Christmas Tree Festival opened December 1st and runs through the month of December.

This year they’re almost 60 trees and wreaths decorated by Monroe County classrooms, clubs, and organizations, including Elementary schools, 4-H Clubs, and charity groups. Museum hours are Wednesday through Sunday, 10- 5:00 p.m. Admission is free for the month of December. Please note the Museum will be closed Christmas Eve day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

Located in the heart of downtown Monroe, this imposing Georgian style public building was built as a post office about 1910, on the site of General and Mrs. George A. Custer’s residence. The Monroe County Historical Society, founded in 1938, opened the first museum in rooms at the Sawyer House. This building was acquired in 1972 by the La-Z-Boy Chair Foundation as the second site for the growing Historical Museum.

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Monroe County Historical Museum
126 South Monroe Street
Monroe, Michigan 48161
Museum Phone: (734) 240 7780
Museum Fax: (734) 240 7788

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