Mill Race Historical Village, Northville
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
The history of Northville, Michigan, is alive at Mill Race Village. Created in 1972 by the Northville Historical Society, the village serves as a focal point for the Northville community while preserving architectural styles common to the area prior to 1900. A living museum, the village was built on land donated to the City of Northville by the Ford Motor Company. Once the site of Northville's first grist mill, the village consists of a church, bell pier, gazebo, school, rustic wooden bridge, blacksmith shop, general store, Interurban Station and several homes reminiscent of an era gone by.It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Mill Race Historical Village and many more Northville attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Northville holiday planner.
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I came here with my family - it's such a charming historical village. Very cute and tucked away, with well labeled buildings and nice grounds. There's a playground right next to it, so this would be a... read more »
My son and my new daughter-in-law were married in the chapel at Mill Race Village. What a wonderful setting for such an event. Many photos were taken of the bridal party throughout the village.
We spent an hour exploring the village on Sunday. There are docents in each of the buildings on Sunday afternoons in the summer. It was interesting to learn the history of the buildings and the area. ... read more »
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