Romulus Historic Attractions
Residents of Romulus are dedicated to preserving the area's rich history.
The Romulus Historical Park is set in the center of downtown on Hunt Street and demonstrates the community's commitment to blending the old with the new.
This charming district includes a historical museum located in the town's original schoolhouse, the restored Kinglsey House, the Wabash Freight building and caboose, and a spacious park and gazebo.
Members of the Historical Society conduct a variety of special programs, celebrations and events throughout the year to commemorate the town's pioneering settlers.
The Historical Museum is located in the area's first one-room school house. The Museum houses local artifacts, documents, family histories, and a collection of Romulus High School yearbooks.
Hours: Sunday from 1:00 to 4:00 pm (excluding major holidays)
11120 Hunt Street
The historic Samuel Kingsley House demonstrates how the area's earliest families lived during the 19th century. Built in 1855, this preserved home offers a glimpse into the past and features some original artifacts, furnishings, household tools and kitchenware.
Hours: Sunday from 1:00-4:00 pm
Admission is free and the public is welcome.
11147 Hunt Street.
For information call 734-942-2340.
To inquire about group tours, call Pearl Varner at 734-697-9628.