City Hall PostcardCurrent Exhibit Hours

The Harbor Springs History Museum does not maintain regular exhibit gallery hours during the months of March and April. However, we welcome visitors to drop by during our regular business hours (listed below) and staff will be happy to open the galleries. 

Beginning on May 4, 2018, our exhibit galleries will be open on Fridays and Saturdays from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. 

Regular Business Hours

The historical society's regular year-round business hours are Tuesday-Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. We are not open on Mondays. Visitors are welcome to come in anytime during our business hours to use our free access to the genealogy research site 

Admission Rates

$5.00 - Adults
$3.00 - Children and Seniors

Members of the HSAHS receive free admission to the museum. For more information on becoming a member, please visit our Membership Page.

Location and Parking

The museum is located at 349 E. Main Street in downtown Harbor Springs. Main Street is also state highway M-119.

Limited parking is available directly behind the museum building and is accessible from both Main and Third streets. The barrier-free access to the building is also located on the north side of the building. Street parking is available on Main Street in front of the museum and on Third Street behind the museum.

As a courtesy to our neighbors, please do not park in spaces marked Private or AT&T (SBC).

Group Tours

For more information regarding scheduling a group tour, please call (231) 526-9771.

Business Hours

9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Exhibit Hours

March & April
By drop in or appointment 

Spring hours beginning May 4
Friday and Saturday
11:00 am to 3:00 pm

Museum Address

349 E. Main Street
    Harbor Springs, MI 49740

(231) 526-9771

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