Take a crash course in the history of Holland and learn about the arrival of the Dutch in 1847, a devasting fire 25 years later and the birth of Tulip Time. Permanent exhibits on the settlement of the Holland area and a gallery for temporary exhibits can be found on the main floor of the building. The archives and research library located on the lower floor is free and open to the public. The museum also hosts a number of rotating temporary exhibits. New Dutch Galleries, exhibiting 600 years of art & culture, open April 28, 2007 on the second floor.
General admission is $7, $6 Senior, $4 Student, $14 Family , open year-round.