Cappon & Settlers House Museums

228 W. 9th St.
Holland, MI 49423- Map It
(616) 796-3329

AAA Editor Notes

Cappon & Settlers House Museums are at 228 and 190 W. 9th St. The Cappon House, built in 1874 in the Italianate Victorian style, was the family residence of Isaac Cappon, a Dutch immigrant and the city's first mayor. A nursery, kitchen, parlor and sitting room contain nearly all original woodwork and furnishings. Displays in the tiny Settlers House reflect the hardships early settlers faced. Guided tours are available. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.
(includes both houses) $5; free (ages 0-5).
Hours: Sat.-Sun. noon-4, May-Sept. Phone ahead for extended schedule during the Tulip Time Festival. Guided tours are offered on the hour. Closed major holidays.