Spring into the past: “Quilts–A Stitch in Time” is April 30

Saturday, Apr 30, 2016 at 11 am

Byron Center Historical Society & Museum*
2506 Prescott St. S.W.
Byron Center, MI 49315

For more info, go here or call 616.878.0888.

During the first weekend of May every year, the museums of the Tri-River Historical Museum Network host their annual open house when the museums are open the same days and hours for your convenience.


Use this map to guide your visits to several museums each day to discover the history of their local areas and enjoy their special displays on the annual theme. Contact any of the museums for further details.


*The Byron Center Historical Society was founded in 1978 with a group of women interested in preserving and protecting the community’s history. In 1986, with the opening of a new Town Hall, the old town hall was offered to the society to house their museum. The museum is now home to a look back at an early farming community: general store, doctors’ offices, one-room schoolhouse, Veterans display, and typical farm house. The museum is open every Tuesday from 9 am-3 pm; May-December (or by appointment). A meeting place is available for small groups at a modest fee.