Honolulu House Opens for 2021 Season on April 3

The Honolulu House Museum, 107 N. Kalamazoo Ave. in Marshall, will open for the 2021 season on Saturday, April 3.

The museum will be open weekends only during April. Beginning in May, it will be open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays. Operating hours are 12-4 p.m.

A free Easter Egg Hunt is scheduled for Sunday, April 4, on the museum grounds. Participation is limited to 25 children at each of three sessions at 2, 2:30 and 3 p.m. Registration is required and can be done by calling 269-719-0546 or by messaging Marshall Historical Society on Facebook. When registering, please indicate the desired time and number of children participating. Masks are
required for all participants and visitors during the Easter Egg Hunt.

Adult admission for a museum tour is $10. This cost also includes admission to the Marshall Historical Museum at the GAR Hall, 402 E. Michigan Ave. Coupons will be issued for future GAR admission since that museum will not open until May. There is no museum admission charge for children age 12 and under and for Marshall Historical Society members.

Tour groups are limited to eight people. Masked are required. Social distancing is expected.

The Honolulu House Museum stands at the heart of Marshall’s National Historic District and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Historic American Buildings Survey. The house was built in 1860 for the first U.S. consul to the Sandwich (Hawaiian) Islands. Constructed of Marshall sandstone, the building is a wonderful blend of Italianate, Gothic Revival and Polynesian architecture. The Marshall Historical Society has restored the building’s interior to its 1880s elegance that features decorative wall and ceiling paintings.

The Honolulu House is the headquarters of the Marshall Historical Society which has operated the building as a museum since 1961. For more information, visit