Historic Marshall, Michigan


A wealth of notable 19th Century architecture still remains intact within Marshall's National Historic Landmark District. Marshall is euphemistically known as "hospitality's home" owing to the welcoming nature of its citizens.  The 4th of July chicken barbeque in the town square comes complete with patriotic tunes presented by the community band, children's bike and pet parades. All of which have caused more than one visitor to call Marshall a "Norman Rockwell town". Marshall hosts Michigan's oldest county fair which began in 1848. The Annual Historic Home Tour (weekend after Labor Day) will celebrate 52 years of opening doors in 2015! 


...historic architecture in Marshall is a unique experience.  Neighborhoods of private residential homes constructed in the 19th Century are largely intact and eminently walkable. Several museums are open to the public. Self-guided walking tours are available. No time for long walks? Take a horse drawn carraige ride while enjoying hospitality and local insights from your driver.



...what comes naturally in a charming community like Marshall will surely include shopping in our historic downtown, dining in one of our fine eateries, or enjoying arts and cultural pursuits in one of many museums, galleries and theatres.

...in Marshall is a time honored tradition. Value based living is the hallmark of our spirited community. Whether coming together to support our schools, award winning hospital or one of many community based services, Marshall citizens give of their time and treasure. Good things are happening in Marshall!