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Birmingham Museum General Information

Museum Director
Leslie Pielack 248-530-1682
Updated: Jun 28, 2023
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Hours and AdmissionBirmingham Museum's Allen House.
Tuesday - Saturday (closed holiday weekends- Dec.22-23 & Dec. 29-30)
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
and by appointment
Phone:    248.530.1928
Yes! we are available for in-person presentations in our community on topics relating to Birmingham history! Contact Museum Director Leslie Pielack at 248-530-1682. 

In person lectures at the Baldwin Public Library are held on a monthly basis from September through March, and available on our YouTube channel after presentation, courtesy of the Baldwin Library. For more information, see our events listings.  

Birmingham Museum's Hunter House.
Business Hours: Museum staff are on hand Tuesday-Friday, 9:00 to 4:00 p.m. Appointments for research or special tours can be made outside those times in advance. Closed holidays in accordance with the City of Birmingham's holiday schedule.

Adults: $7.00 
Seniors (65+) and Students (5-18): $5.00 
Children under 5 are FREE.
Friends (Birmingham Historical Society) Members: FREE

Museum staff are available for public inquiries and research questions:
via phone at 248-530-1928
via email at museum@bhamgov.org
email Leslie Pielack
Museum Director
email Caitlin Donnelly
Museum Specialist/Outreach Coordinator
email Donna Casaceli
Museum Specialist/Archivist

email Justin Koch

Museum Assistant

You can also reach us through Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and we will do our best to get back to you quickly! We're also working to provide even more of our entertaining and educational content online, so stay tuned for updates!

556 W. Maple Rd.
Birmingham, MI  48009
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Enjoy 2 hours of free parking across from the Museum, at the Chester Street parking deck.  A credit card is required for entry, but no charge will be applied if the visitor exits the parking structure before the two-hour limit.