The museum is on the State Register of Historic Places and highlights early Marquette and pioneer items, including a number of items that recall the tornado of 1905 which left serveral town structures damaged or destroyed.
The Elim Lutheran Church young people society (Luther League) built the building in 1910. It served as the Marquette Library, and also the Marquette Post Office for many years.
The Marquette Historical Complex also includes the Range School Museum, and the Railroad Depot/Museum.
Admission: Free Admission, donations appreciated.
Hours: Saturday and Sunday 1-4 PM. (April-October) or by appointment.
Address: 206 N. Washington Street
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