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The grounds of this multi building museum complex are very well kept. The volunteers are pleasant. There are clean restrooms and a cute little gift shop. I really enjoyed just meandering through each building and learning about Milan’s history!
Milan is a quiet, quaint town with a rich history that is well preserved and expertly showcased in this wonderful "mini-campus" located just off the town square. It is a peaceful shady place to spend wandering through the 3 homes, the General Store, the art...More
Came to town to visit the Edison home, and took this in on a whim. We have visited many small-town museums, but this is one of the finest we've seen! Congratulations to this community for supporting and maintaining such a wonderful resource. Milan is what...More
You won't spend a lot of time here but the Museum is well done. Milan is a great little town for a day trip for senior citizens or folks without very young children. Lots of little shops, antiques, a great pizza place, and good tofts...More
When we bought our tickets and started the tour we thought that this would be the typical "here's the blacksmith shop and here's where the So-and-So family lived. But, wow the art collection, the glass collection, and some of the oddities (e.g., an assortment of...More
Accidentally discovered this gem. Several different buildings, some historical, with different displays. Was amazed but the 300 old dolls,many wearing period clothing. The Galpin Gallery in the old doctor's house has an amazing collection of art glass, including some glow in the dark glass. The...More
First stop at the Milan Historical Museum is the General Store to purchase admission stickers. The store is cute and actually has a small collection of penny candy. There are several buildings to visit including one that displays old carriages, farm equipment, etc and another...More