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Gen. George Armstrong Custer
1839-1876
Monroe is proud to be the
hometown of General Custer
Things to do:

Museums

Monroe County Historical Museum

126 S. Monroe St., Monroe, 48161, 734-240-7780. Displays highlight early Monroe, Gen. George Armstrong Custer, Indian lore and other special topics. Summer hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily Winter hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wednesday-Sundays. Group tours for 30 or more last about an hour. Reservations necessary. Fee for admission Memorial Day through Labor Day. Calendar of Events

Old Mill Museum

242 Toledo St. off M-50, Dundee, 48131, 734-529-3038. 1850s Greek Revival gristmill houses artifacts from Dundee and surrounding areas. Open from 1-4 p.m. second Sunday of each month. Call for expanded summer hours.


Monroe County Labor History Museum

Dedicated to:

The preservation and display of artifacts documenting the rich labor heritage of Monroe County.

Education and outreach to the general public, youth, and organized labor, illustrating the importance of Monroe County to the American labor movement.
Martha Barker Country Store Museum

Located at 3775 N. Custer & Raisinville Rd. on the Historic River Raisin. Call the Monroe County Historical Commission at (734) 240-7780 for hours and additional information.