Visit Mill Race Village

Our beautiful Village grounds are open daily year round, dawn to dusk, except when there is a private function. 

Buildings are open with docents every Sunday from June through October from 1-4 pm.

Mill Race Village COVID-19 Closure Statement


In the interest of protecting our members, our staff, our volunteers and the general public, Mill Race Village is following the guidelines established by Governor Whitmer for business closures due to COVID-19.

Any changes Governor Whitmer makes to the guidelines will be adopted by Mill Race Village.

For now, the village is closed through April 30th, 2020. 

If that changes, we will update this statement.


During this time, the grounds of Mill Race Village are open for exercise and dog walking. Please maintain 6 feet between yourself and other walkers. Please stay off the building porches and do not try to open the 

building doors. They are all locked.


Our dedicated staff is continuing to work from home during this closing.

Previously booked private events are being handled on a case-by-case basis by our

business director, Jennifer Luikart. You can reach her at

Our archivist, Paul Snyder is available to answer archive and history questions at

If you have questions about Mill Race Village and this temporary closure, please email our executive director, Leanie Bayly, at


Mill Race Village is gratefully accepting donations on our website: Scroll to the bottom of the home page to find the yellow DONATE button.


Upcoming Events:

Patriot’s Day – April 18th - postponed to future date

Lecture Series: Detroit Central Market  – April 29th at 7:00 pm - cancelled


The buildings will be open on Sunday afternoons for the summer,

June 14th and running through mid-October.

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Become a member of the Northville Historical Society. Volunteer at our events or donate to help us maintain the Village.

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Want to know more about Mill Race Village? Who are we and what do we do?

Contact Us

Any questions? Interested in having your wedding at Mill Race Village, or want to rent one of our buildings for your event? 

The Northville Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization responsible for the financing and operation of Mill Race Village and preservation of the Northville Archives.

(248) 348-1845

215 Griswold St

Northville MI 48167