The Battle Creek Regional History Museum will reopen on August 15th at 3:00 pm. The featured program at 3:00 pm. will be the Mural dedication featuring a "Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Pottawatomi ( NHBP ) Tribal Addition" to the Mural located on the west side of the Museum's building.
The primary exhibits inside the Museum will include Military History, Railroad History, Sojourner Truth History, etc. Join us for our reopening programs. Masks are required as well as practicing proper social distancing.
The RHM Battle Creek (RHM) is a regional history museum displaying the rich and wonderful history of the region. We are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, which allows you to take a tax deduction for any contributions.
Governed by a Board of Directors, we have been in the process of developing this museum for over 10 years. At the present time we have open our “Museum Lite” space, the front room of the building, with small regional exhibits as well as a small gift shop and a wool room that help add support while we work on our larger space. Our main goal is to preserve the region’s rich and diverse history.
Our website will keep you informed of our progress so check in with us often. A great way to receive information is to join our mailing list so we can send you updates on events, speakers and programs. The RHM operates solely with volunteers. If you have a passion for history and would like to get involved, visit our volunteer page or talk to one of our volunteers when you visit the Museum.
The RHM Battle Creek operates completely with volunteers. Help is always appreciated in many areas: volunteering your time and talent, donating funds to further our mission of preserving our rich history and even donating items related to our area. You can join and become a member, attend our monthly Saturday events, or just stop in and visit the museum. Please click on the appropriate image below to learn how you can get involved!
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