Walking tours of Fallasburg village

Fallasburg Historical Society (FHS) offers tours by appointment

Fallasburg, MI – Book your tour today for a walk through the 1850s historic village of Fallasburg located just six miles north of Lowell on the banks of the Flat River. You will be delighted by the quaint atmosphere of the hamlet far from the maddening crowds of big cities as you step back in time. The village, which started as a saw-and-grist milling operation, has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1999.

The tour will take you from the one-room schoolhouse with the belfry and the original desks down the Covered Bridge Road past the historic buildings: the Misner House, the recently renovated Tower Farm and the J.W. Fallass House.

The Misner House is home to the village artifacts; these include treasures such as the Fallasburg Footprints, WWI Women’s Registration Cards among many others.

For a digital collection of artifacts go to:

https://collection.fallasburg.org/

You can visit the Fallass House as part of the tour. The tour ends by the Covered Bridge which is celebrating 150th anniversary this year. It’s a wonderful photo opportunity.

For appointment contact FHS president Ken Tamke via the website http://www.fallasburg.org or use the comment section in the blog or email kentamke@comcast.net

Featured photo: A small group tours the village.

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2 thoughts on “Walking tours of Fallasburg village

  1. Lisa Plank

    Fallasburg Village is a treasure. If you haven’t had a chance to tour it is a “must see.”

    Lisa Plank
    Executive Director
    Lowell Area Historical Museum

    Liked by 1 person

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