Celebrate 200 years of Rochester’s history with the Rochester Bicentennial exhibit! On display in the Rochester Hills Museum’s Dairy Barn through the end of 2017, this exhibit highlights various aspects of Rochester’s innovative community such as its schools, mills, businesses, and newspapers. Want to learn why Rochester was settled in 1817? Stop by the Dairy Barn on Fridays and Saturdays from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. Visitors can also enjoy a guided tour of the 1840 Van Hoosen Farmhouse, as featured on the PBS Documentary On Van Hoosen Farm, as well as the 1850 Red House, a small tenant farmhouse owned by the Van Hoosen family and rented to their employees.
For more information, visit www.rochesterhills.org/museum or call 248-656-4663.
The Rochester Hills Museum is located at 1005 Van Hoosen Road, off Tienken Road between Rochester and Dequindre Roads.