Oakfield Museum

11009 Podunk Ave, S. of M-57
Greenville, MI 48838


The Museum is housed in a 1901 structure built as the meeting place for the "Ancient Order of Gleaners"and then used as a township hall from 1931-1987. This historic building was restored and now houses photos and artifacts of the area including the White Swan School, Podunk Mill, Oakfield Union Chapel and Harvard businesses. Upstairs is a raised stage with scenic backdrop and advertising sideboards, as well as agricultural and home life displays, including a Stevens Dishwasher patented in 1886! Genealogical research material is also available. The museum is open to the public the second and fourth Sunday from June through September from 2-4 pm.

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