Harbour House Museum

Welcome

to the Harbour House Museum Website

Seven Historical Exhibits

The Crystal Falls Museum Society - Harbour House is a "hands-on" museum where many activities take place during the summer season.  The Harbour House Museum is open from June 4, 2015 through August 29, 2015. This historical home in Crystal Falls, Michigan was built in 1905 for the Harbour family.  The house was constructed with cement blocks and designed in the "steamboat" style of architecture with wraparound twin porches. The museum features a veterans room, a historical mining and logging room, an antique toy room, a women's room, a sports and leisure activities room, and the Ojibwe Indian room.

The first floor is a

replica of a Victorian

home of the 1900s.

The first floor has been restored to a turn of the century setting.  A kitchen, dining room, parlor and library are located here.  The library houses many reference materials and visitors are welcome to do research in our library.  The library contains copies of the Diamond Drill newspaper dating back to the 1880s. Genealogical research can be done by request.  See more about our Research Center. The Harbour House Museum has undergone extensive renovation and exhibit development with the help of volunteer labor, monetary and material donations.
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Harbour House Museum 17 North 4th Street Crystal Falls, MI  49920 (906) 875-4341 E-mail: info@harbourhousemuseum.org
We are open June 4, 2015 - August 29, 2015 Guided tours are available Thursday - Saturday from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm or by appointment.  (906) 875-6428
Supported by the City of Crystal Falls, A WPPI Energy Community. The Harbour House is a National Historical Registered Site.
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Harbour House Museum

Welcome

to the Harbour House Museum

Website

Seven Historical Exhibits

The Crystal Falls Museum Society - Harbour House is a "hands-on" museum where many activities take place during the summer season.  The Harbour House Museum is open from June 4, 2015 through August 29, 2015. This historical home in Crystal Falls, Michigan was built in 1905 for the Harbour family.  The house was constructed with cement blocks and designed in the "steamboat" style of architecture with wraparound twin porches. The museum features a veterans room, a historical mining and logging room, an antique toy room, a women's room, a sports and leisure activities room, and the Ojibwe Indian room.

The first floor is a replica of

a Victorian home of the

1900s.

The first floor has been restored to a turn of the century setting.  A kitchen, dining room, parlor and library are located here.  The library houses many reference materials and visitors are welcome to do research in our library.  The library contains copies of the Diamond Drill newspaper dating back to the 1880s. Genealogical research can be done by request.  See more about our Research Center. The Harbour House Museum has undergone extensive renovation and exhibit development with the help of volunteer labor, monetary and material donations.
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Harbour House Museum 17 North 4th Street Crystal Falls, MI  49920 (906) 875-4341 E-mail: info@harbourhousemuseum.org
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    The Harbour House is a National Historical Registered Site