FHS Juniors Baseball Team 1904-1910
Walter Nuechterlien Family & Friends
Henry Fischer 1898-1900
Theodore Fischer family Pre 1899
Main St., Frankenmuth, MI 1942-1949
FHA Baseball Team 1910-1929
Game of Scat
WWII Servicemen Packages Assembly_edited
Baseball at Hubinger Grove 1894
WWII Wedding
Kern's Commercial House hotel Bar
Frankenmuth Brewing Co. Employees

Welcome
to the Frankenmuth Historical Museum

Preserve, communicate, celebrate the heritage of Frankenmuth


Operating within the association are a seven-gallery museum detailing the history and evolution of the community, a collections department housing thousands of artifacts and documents, an education department dedicated to presenting our story, and a unique gift shop offering locally crafted and European goods. 

In addition, the association owns and operates the historic Fischer Hall (attached to the museum), built in the 1890’s, hosting concerts, parties, and local civic events, and the authentic Wolkensdörfer log house on the outskirts of town.

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Support for the Frankenmuth Historical Association is provided in part by grants from:

(989) 652-9701

Frankenmuth Historical Museum  

613 S. Main St. Frankenmuth, MI 48734

FHA Baseball Team 1910-1929

Back L-R: John Dudewicz, Adolph Veitengruber, Ruben Kern, Herman Naegele, Herman "Tom" Fischer, Leo Eischer, Rudolph Boesenecker, Walter Veitengruber Front L-R: Walter "Ted" Kern, Emil "Fatty" Pietsch, Henry "Buddy" Habke, Alfred Trebbin