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Kellogg house

The Kellogg House was designed by Hiram Clay Kellogg and was built in 1898. Three generations of Kelloggs lived in this house before the family donated it to the Museum.

The house was moved to the Museum grounds in 1981. It is now used for hands-on education about the Victorian era for more than 18,000 children each year.

A variety of other activities, including public tours, tea parties, and wedding photo sessions, also take place in this lovely house.

Picture of the Week
A Tour of the Kellogg House in Photographs

Currently Featuring Historic Items from the Kitchen

This cast-iron kitchen stove is modeled after an 1875 foundry pattern. The original would have burned wood or coal, but this replica uses electricity.

Come back next week for a new photo.


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