Taylor Veterans Museum

"A place to honor those who have served"

Inside of the Taylor Veterans Museum

Museum Information

The Taylor Veterans Museum has moved to an expanded new location in the Media Center building, across Cameron Priebe Plaza from its old location in City Hall. For more information, call 734-374-8775 and leave a message. The museum features beautiful display cabinets that currently house 11 veterans’ personal collections - which are on loan or have been donated to the museum - including a Medal of Honor Recipient. A display case houses memorabilia honoring U.S. Rep. John D. Dingell, 2nd Lieutenant U.S. Army. The late Congressman Dingell was the longest-serving member of the U.S. House of Representatives. If you or someone you know would like to showcase a service member’s memorabilia in the museum, or serve as a volunteer host, please call 734-374-8775 or fax your request to 734-946-4636.

History of the Museum

The Taylor Veterans Museum and its Commission were instituted by the Taylor City Council on May 5, 2009, and officially opened on May 16, 2009.

Donate / Volunteer

If you or someone you know would like to showcase a service member’s memorabilia in the museum, or serve as a volunteer host, please call 734-374-8775 or fax your request to 734-946-4636.

Take a little time out of your day to honor those who have served our great country and gave so much of themselves so that we all may have freedom.

The museum is funded entirely through donations. There are also a variety of items for sale inside the museum, such as baseball caps, T-shirts, sweatshirts and other items. If you wish to make a donation, please make your check payable to the Friends of the Taylor Veterans Museum and mail it to PO Box 564, Taylor, MI, 48180.

We are in the process of acquiring our non-profit status. There is a donation box located inside the museum for contributions. A receipt will be provided upon request.

Thank you for your continued support!