Frequently-changing community art exhibit showcasing local students and faculty. Also features at least one major regional or national show per year.
Step into the 1920s...this house built by Oswald and Deborah Fisher details life about the time that Clawson was incorporated as a village. Numerous photos of Clawson's early history are also on exhibit.
Dedicated to the memory of the 6 million Jews who were victims of Nazism, this museum uses photographs, videos and audio-visual displays to document the history and destruction of the European Jewish community. Tours, special programs and an extensive library are available.
Formerly both a house and government offices, this Greek Revival building now is a museum whose rooms are furnished in the late Victorian style on one floor with the other floor dedicated to special exhibits.
Tours and special programs are offered in this 1922 bank building featuring various 1880s household memorabilia. Exhibit includes WPA murals of Oxford.
Gallery of special art exhibits which change periodically.
Modeled after a Dutch colonial tavern in Troy, New York, this former township and city hall building now houses seasonal events. The surrounding buildings include a log cabin, school, general store and several others.