The Historical Society offers tours of the Little Red Schoolhouse and the opportunity for visitors to partake in various special programs, classes and lectures on local area history.
An extensive collection (more than 200 pieces) of Fredericks' sketches, portraits, drawings and photos as well as the original models of some of his greatest works are displayed here. Tours of an adjacent garden which is the site of more than 12 bronze casts are also available.
This 1904 Georgian Revival building with formal gardens is the site for a varied display of objects from the ancient Near East to contemporary America. Of special note is the collection of works by E. Irving Couse, a native of Saginaw, and the "Visionarea" which is a hands-on gallery for children. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the museum holds more than 30 special exhibitions annually.
Located in a 1907 depot, this museum is dedicated to the history of the railroad in America and features an 1898 interlocking tower and two cabooses among many other special displays.
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