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Contact Us

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  • We welcome your questions and comments! Please call or email us for assistance using the information below.

    • Our email address for general questions: MHCInfo@Michigan.gov
    • Group/school tour reservations, please call 517-241-0708
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Become a Member

  • Membership

    Join us in the essential work of preserving, protecting and sharing Michigan's history. Your membership to the Michigan History Center is an investment in Michigan's people, its communities and its future.


Get Involved


  • The Michigan History Center offers volunteer opportunities in key roles such as tour guides, program presenters, gallery assistants, greeters and other services that support the center's mission. MHC volunteers are eligible for a variety of discounts and continuing education as thanks for supporting one of the state's leading history institutions.

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  • We offer internships in a wide variety of archival and museum-related areas. These internships offer practical experience to complement academic studies. All interns have the opportunity to learn about many facets of public history from staff members in varied specializations and with a wide range of experiences and perspectives.

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  • These flags flew: Revisiting Michigan's World War I flags

    The Michigan History Center in Lansing, a division of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, preserves and displays the state's military flags, allowing Michigan residents to connect visually with the past, adding depth and color to their appreciation of wars that gripped our nation and greatly changed Michigan and the country.

  • Governor's Decision Room puts students in thick of Michigan history's milestones

    The Governor's Decision Room at the Michigan History Center in Lansing Michigan History Center describes is a multiday, solution-based learning experience that allows students to collaborate as they determine the best course of action for the governor during actual historical events. Currently, the program is devoted to understanding the social, political and cultural climates surrounding the 1967 civil unrest in Detroit.

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Media Inquiries

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    For all media inquiries, please contact Tobi Voigt, Engagement Director
    Email: VoigtT@Michigan.gov
    Phone: 517-898-6067

Michigan History Foundation

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Michigan History Foundation

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Advisors and Supporters

Advisors and Supporters