Come and Visit Historic Hart
The Hart Historic District has numerous old-time attractions and historical buildings to appeal to all ages. Tour a restored 19th century church, one room schoolhouse, log cabin and Chief Cobmoosa's house (restoration in progress); also, an original grist and flour mill, and windmill. In the mill, watch the fabulous animated doll display in action. The church basement houses the extensive and unique "Seymour Rider Indian Artifacts Collection", a must see for antique Indian and history buffs. During the month of December, the Historic District is adorned with old time streetscape holiday decorations and animated dolls are on display in the Farmer's Market building.
Hours: 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday thru Saturday in July & August (or by appointment).
By appointment made through Hart City Hall (231-873-2448) during regular business hours.
Look for our new map on the Hart-Montague rail trail for access to these great historic landmarks.
Over Labor Day Weekend, the district hosts an Annual Heritage Days Celebration featuring arts and crafts, flea market, kids' games, live music and other entertainment, antique vehicle raffle and a pig roast and dinner on Sunday. All buildings and displays are open during the Heritage Days. The Heritage Days Celebration coincides with the Annual Area Pow-Wow.
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