The Michigan Women's Historical Center and Hall of Fame offers exhibits
that celebrate the achievements and history of
Michigan women, including members of the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame.
In addition, the Center has an art gallery
with changing exhibits featuring the
work of outstanding Michigan women artists.
tours of the Center can be arranged both during and after hours when
scheduled in advance. A typical tour lasts 45 minutes to an hour.
Maximum group size is 40. A chaperone is required for every 8 students.
Take I-496 to Lansing and get off at the Walnut/Pine
Streets exit. The Historical Center is located
in a large yellow house on the south side of Malcolm X Street (formerly Main Street), between
Townsend Street and Capitol Avenue. For more detailed directions, we recommend you use Yahoo!
Maps and enter your complete starting address in the space provided.
Hours of Operation: Wednesday-Saturday
12 noon-4:00 p.m.
and the 1st Sunday of every month 2:00-4:00
p.m. The Center is
closed on holiday
$2.50 adults; $1.00 students (5-18 yrs); $2.00
seniors. Children under 5 are free.
A free, city-owned lot is
located on the east side of
the Center and can
accommodate cars, vans, or buses.
The Center maintains a
Fair Trade gift shop, now supporting women’s cooperatives in ten
different countries. We have unique jewelry, handbags, scarves, and of
course, our very popular natural Suffragist Series low-sugar preserves
and Sassy Women’s Salsa
The city-owned Cooley Gardens,
just to the west of the Center, provides
a beautiful picnic area for groups.
The Museum is also located near the many downtown Lansing restaurants on
Washington and Michigan Avenues.