In the interest of the safety of our patrons, staff, and volunteers, we have made
the difficult decision to temporarily close the Whaley Historic House Museum
to the public as of Friday, November 13, 2020 to suppress the spread of Covid-19.
Contact us for more information at Director@WhaleyHouse.com
We would appreciate your support at this time.
Please consider donating or becoming a member.
Welcome to the Whaley Historic House Museum
WHHM is the historic home of Robert J. Whaley and Mary McFarlan-Whaley, who moved to Flint in 1885. Together, they purchased the property on Kearsley street and renovated the house into a classic Victorian home. Their home is now a historic house museum that presents a wide range of public programs and events and is available for private rental.
To encourage, coordinate, and bring about a greater public interest in our heritage and, in particular, that of Flint, Michigan; to assist any organization in Genesee County of Michigan whose particular purpose is consistent with this association; and to maintain the house and property to the period in which the McFarlan-Whaley Family resided in the house.