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This 20' by 60' Mural is located outside on the west side of the BCRHM building. The Mural depicts Battle Creek in the early days featuring farming, factories, and military history. This Mural was completed in 2008 by Artist Conrad Kaufman. Visit us to learn more about the history of this Mural

Visit the Museum

Welcome to the Battle Creek Regional History Museum. At present we have open our "Museum Lite " space, the front room of the building, with small regional exhibits as well as a small gift shop. We invite you to explore and learn about the history, development, and growth of the Battle Creek Regional History Museum.

Our main goal is to preserve the region's rich and diverse history.

Admission is free but donations are accepted.

Museum Hours are:
Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday Noon - 5:00 pm

Past "Museum Lite" Displays


This display featured cereal, baseball, balloons, and the Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center history.


The "Sojourner Truth Display" is now at the BCRHM. SJT was a preacher, abolitionist, and women"s rights activist. SJT activism led her to become one of the most recognizable figures in American History.


Friends of Sojourner Truth
June Sturdivant, Battle Creek Artist and History Buff, created this visual Narrative of Isabelle Baumfree (Sojourner Truth) in 1999.


Treehouse Foods (formerly Ralston's Foods) ceased production in Battle Creek on June 30th, 2019. Come visit and see some artifacts donated to the Museum from the Cereal plant facility. 


Study this display and learn why W.K.Kellogg chose one of Rin Tin Tin's offspring for himself as he was losing his eyesight and needed assistance to be mobile.

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