A complete listing of Places of Historical Interest in Washtenaw Co., MI
The Cobblestone Farm
Built in 1844, this living-history museum features a 100-year old log cabin and a variety of programs.
Tours are available from May through September. 2781 Packard Rd. Ann Arbor MI (313) 994-2928
This restored, 19th century business district features restaurants, specialty stores, a year round
farmers market that is housed in the Old Freight House, and a Hudson car dealership that displays a collection
of classic cars. East Cross and North River Streets, Ypsilanti. 483-1480 (Farmers Market), or 483-4444 (Ypsilanti
Visitor and Convention Bureau)
The Kempf House
Turn-of-the-century furnishings are featured in the Greek revival-style building. Open every
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, the Kempf House offers a brown bag lecture series and special events
throughout the year. 312 S. Division St. Ann Arbor. (313) 994-4898
Markets, cafes, shops, and restaurants are located in these three restored 19th century warehouses.
Kerrytown visitors can view some of the original structures of the warehouses, including wooden beams, brick
walls, and floors. 410 N. Fourth Ave. Ann Arbor, (313) 662-4221 or 662-5008
The Yankee Air Museum
This museum displays a large collection of military aircraft, dating from World War I through
the Persian Gulf War. Tours are available. Corner of Beck and Ecorse Roads. Belleville.
Ypsilanti Historical Museum
Housed in an 1860 brick mansion, this museum offers displays of 19th century furniture. 220 N.
Huron St. Ypsilanti. (313) 482-4990