Welcome to the Flat River Historical Society and Museum


MUSEUM IS CLOSED UNTIL APRIL. Thank you for your support in 2021.  We look forward to seeing you in 2022 - our 50th anniversary year. Watch for special events all year long. 

We will observe current Covid protocols to protect staff and visitors. Keep checking website or Facebook for updates.


Help us celebrate our 50-year anniversary during 2022

with a variety of programs, activities and special events!



Can't visit in person right now?

Take a Virtual Tour:

(Pick a floor and click on blue circles in tour

to move to different areas)

Main Floor Timeline of Greenville History

Meander "Main Street Greenville" Upstairs

Home and Work Life in the Lower Level

(Thanks to Mike Pfaf for creating the videos)  





Congratulations to Erin (Smith) Gaddy who received a Pioneer Certificate in honor of her pioneer ancestors, “The Niels and Ane Margrethe Jensen Family”, both having been born in Bregnige, Holbaek, Denmark and arriving in Montcalm County, Michigan in the 1860s.

(Visit "Helpful Links" below to see how YOU can get a Pioneer Certficate!)

Plan a Visit

OPEN Saturdays and Sundays 2:OO-4:30 pm or by appointment.




INSIDE- Three floors of exciting displays
OUTSIDE- A Victorian garden with waterfall


Find Us

213 N. Franklin Street
Greenville, Michigan

Next to river and trail, Across from Tower Riverside Park and Splash Pad

John Green - Founder of Greenville
Central School

Looking for information?

Flat River Museum archives are available for historical or genealogical research.
Stop in when we're open - or call for an appointment when we can assist you in your search. Check out some of these other helpful links to help your search.