In an effort to protect our patrons and volunteers the museum is closed due to the corona virus until further notice.

We are focusing on outdoor for this year in an effort to provide cultural experiences while keeping you and our volunteers safe. 

Please wear a mask and keep 6' apart at our outdoor events.


For safety measures we ask that all ticket purchases be made online.

We greatly appreciate your patience with all of the necessary changes we have had to make this year. Thank you!

The Crocker House Museum is open for guided tours March through December, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. and the first Sunday of each month, excluding holidays, 1 - 4 p.m.
Telephone: 586-465-2488

The Crocker House Museum offers many special programs and events that offer a fun way to learn about history. Themed afternoon teas, Tea Talks, an annual Cemetery Walk and Garden Walk are some of the special programs we offer.

The Crocker House Museum is located within the first mayoral home of Mount Clemens, built in 1869.

Thank you 

Harold Vick Funeral Home and Mary Vick Spaulding for your support of our Sesquicentennial year!

The Crocker House Museum is a great place to schedule a field-trip for people of any age group. Children learn what home-life was like over 140 years ago. Adults are welcome to schedule a Lunch & Tour for their group that will prove to be a wonderful and memorable experience.

Film about the history of the Crocker House Museum:

Thank you Mt. Clemens Rotary Foundation for your support!

Macomb County Historical Society, 

Crocker House Museum & Gardens