The Wyandotte Cultural and Historical Commission seeks to identify, preserve and protect significant historic properties that celebrate the rich history of The City of Wyandotte. The Cultural and Historical Commission also oversees Museum operations and hosts various Special Events throughout the year.


Kenneth Munson, PresidentPic-Com-WyandotteMuseum
Phone: 734-324-7284
Fax: 734-324-7283


Historic Burns Home, 2624 Biddle Avenue, Wyandotte, Michigan 48192


The Cultural and Historical Commission meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:15 pm.

Office Location

Burns Home, 2624 Biddle Avenue, Wyandotte, Michigan 48192

Term Limits

The Cultural and Historical Commission has a term limit of 4 years with terms beginning on January 1st.

Our Mission

The Wyandotte Museum is dedicated to inspiring and fostering public awareness, interest, understanding and appreciation of the unique history of the city of Wyandotte and its relationship to the Downriver region. 

The Museum preserves our mutual heritage through its historic buildings, collections, archives, publications, exhibits, programs and special events using our shared past as a foundation of the future.

Wyandotte Museums

  • General Office Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Tour info: The Ford-MacNichol Home is open from tours from April through October and the month of December. Tour hours are Thursday through Sunday from 12 noon to 4:00 pm (last tour begins at 3:30 pm).

Heritage Event Series

Click here for more information about this event series or visit the Wyandotte Museums Website for more information such as where and how to purchase tickets can be found.

Volunteer Opportunities

There are currently no volunteer opportunities with the Cultural and Historical Commission. Please check back again soon.

Current Commissioners

Sandra Adkins
Nancy Bozzo
Vernon Elmore
Eula Grooms
Wallace Hayden
Kenneth Munson – President
Kenneth Navarre
Sue Pilon
Anne Ronco
Jesse Rose – Vice President
Marshall Wymore