The Mann House

The Mann House (1883) is an excellent example of middle-class Victorian architecture. Once the private home of Daniel and Ellen Mann and their two daughters Jessie and Mary Ida, the Mann House is now a museum operated by the Michigan History Center, Michigan Department of Natural Resources. The home is furnished with late nineteenth century heirlooms including household and personal items belonging to various family members.  Unique features of the house include: a marbleized slate fireplace, catch-release doorknobs, and treasures from the sisters travels in Asia. Admission to Mann House is free. For more information about the Mann House and it events calendar visit:

The Mann House is a Michigan State Historic Site and it listed on the National Register of Historic Places.




September 14 - Women’s History Conference at the Mann House
9 to 5 at Concord Community Schools
Holiday events at the Mann House will be the first two weekends in Dec 1-3 and 8-10


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