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Preserving Michigan's contribution

to the defense of democracy

The Michigan Military Technical & Historical Society opened the Museum on 11/11/11 and is dedicated to preserving the stories of Michigan citizens who served and sacrificed, here and abroad, from WWI to the present. Our 11,000 square feet Museum exhibits the actual equipment, weapons, uniforms and other artifacts that highlight the substantial impact that Michigan has contributed in the defense of democracy. 

Hours & Admission

The Museum will be closed

November 25 and 26. 

Saturday 10-5

Sunday 12-4

Other times by appointment

Ages 16 and over: $5.00

Families (2 adults & children under 16): $7.00

Seniors, Military & Students with ID: $3.00

Admission is free for Eastpointe residents 

If you have a research question for us? Email

MIMTHS is a 501(c)(3)

Charitable Solicitation Registration #426554

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Proud member of 



                       Charter Member of the Macomb               County Heritage Alliance

This project is funded in part by Michigan Humanities, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.


upcoming events


2023-2024 Lecture Sponsors
Heavy Tank Sponsor

Robert and Dorothea Causley


Medium Tank Sponsor

Brian Bonkosky, Joan Jones Alsever


Light Tank Sponsor

Dave Corrie & Rita LaMoreaux

Eastpointe-Roseville Chamber of Commerce

George Matosh & Amelia Lowe

Robert & Michele Hayden

September 30- April 20: Young Modelers Club. First time visitors will get a snap-together kit to build and take home! All supplies such as tools, paint, glue, etc. will be provided for those who bring their own model to build. Members of IPMS Warren model club will be there to help and teach modeling techniques.

December 10, 2pm: Skip Liberty, Shooting in Vietnm by Tommy Dilger. 


January 14, 2pm: Rosie the Riveter, a Presentation by Bailey Sisoy Isgro

January 19-20: Museumfest! Wargaming at the Museum.

February 4 at 2 p.m.: Ford in Aviation, a presentation by Robert Kreipke

March 24 at 2 p.m.: History of the Packard Proving Grounds, a presentation by Roger Luksik

April 7 at 2 p.m.: “We Didn’t Know We Were Making History”: The United Automobile Workers’ Women’s Auxiliaries in World War II Era Detroit. A presentation by Tiffany A. Baugh-Helton


Previous Lectures can be found at:

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