The best way to get acquainted with Holland is to take a crash course in its fascinating history-and there's no better place for this than the Holland Museum. Here you'll experience the arrival of the Dutch in 1847, their struggle for access to Lake Michigan, the devastating fire of 1871, and the amazing story of Holland's rise from the ashes, the birth of Tulip Time, the war years of courage and commitment, and the burgeoning economic growth that continues today.
For nearly three-quarters of a century, the Holland Museum has received impressive gifts of Dutch culture from donors here and around the world.
Join us as we look at example of crafts and trades from our collection and try your hand at them yourself. The cost of the program includes materials ... View Details
Join us on the last Saturday of each month for family programming at the museum. This month, join us as storyteller Deb Schakel leads the group in sto... View Details
Join us at the Museum as we welcome our smallest visitors. This program is designed for children 2.5-4.5 years of age. It is meant to introduce the... View Details
"Dutch Folklore: The Linocuts of Cornelia Van Geuns" Exhibition Cornelia Van Geuns (1893-1959) was an artist, musician and singer w... View Details
An exhibit portraying the men and women of the Holland boat industry. Through their stories of innovation, struggle and achievement a portion of the... View Details
Art and Propaganda in Nazi Occupied Holland is a traveling exhibit for mature audiences that was developed and sponsored by The Anne Frank Center USA.... View Details