Evenings in the Garden at the Rochester Hills Museum

The Rochester Hills Museum and the Woman’s National Farm and Garden Association invite all ages to attend an Evening in the Garden this summer and enjoy the Museum’s Children’s Garden and to learn about gardening techniques.  On Wednesday, August 15 from 7-9 p.m. enjoy the program Using Native Plants in the Landscape by Trish Hennig and her company American Roots.   A brief program will be followed by refreshments with plenty of time to stroll through the Children’s Garden.  Guest can also enjoy the new Sun Dial Garden that uses people to cast a shadow to tell what time it is.  The garden is surrounding by plants that reflect time such as moonflower, day lily, morning glory, and sun drops.  This program is suitable for all ages and is free but please register at 248.656.4663 or rhmuseum@rochesterhills.org

The Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm is located on Van Hoosen Road, off Tienken Road between Rochester Road and Dequindre Roads.  The Museum complex includes the 1927 Dairy Barn with Museum exhibits and the furnished 1840 Van Hoosen Farmhouse, 1850 Red House, 1848 Schoolhouse and 16 acres of gardens and grounds bordered by Stoney Creek.  The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm

The Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features the stories, people, and events that has made our community an exceptional place to call home for 190 years.  Stop by for a visit!  We can host weddings, anniversaries, graduation parties, and more!  How can we best serve you?

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