Marshall Historical Museum

402 E. Michigan Ave., Marshall, MI
April-Oct: Saturdays & Sundays 12-4pm

Honolulu House

107 N Kalamazoo Ave., Marshall, MI
April: Saturdays & Sundays 12-4pm
May-Oct: Fridays – Mondays 12-4pm
Nov & Dec: Saturdays & Sundays 12-4pm

Capitol Hill School

602 E. Washington St., Marshall, MI
Hours: By Appointment Only
Please call 269-781-8544 

Marshall Historical Society

The purpose of the Marshall Historical Society is to Preserve, Protect, and Promote Marshall’s heritage.

The Society owns and operates three museums: The Honolulu House, The Marshall Historical Museum, and Capitol Hill School.

Just A Little History

Due to its prime location, Marshall was set up for success when it was founded in 1830 by brothers Sidney and George Ketchum.  To give you reference, Calhoun County was established in 1829 and Marshall was made the county seat in 1831.

Most settlements at the time were founded for agricultural or industrial reasons, but the Ketchum brothers dreamed of a community of professional politicians, doctors, lawyers, and businessmen.

Marshall Historical Museum
Honolulu House Museum
Capitol Hill School