Visit the Historic Cappon and Settlers HousesFriday Jun 17 11:00am
228 W 9th Street
Join us for tours of the Historic Cappon and Settlers Houses on Fridays and Saturdays from 11 am-3 pm from June 17 to August 20.
The historic Cappon House was the home of Holland’s first mayor and local tannery proprietor, Isaac Cappon. Built in 1874, it is now partially restored to its appearance in 1900. Visitors to the Cappon House step back in time, immersing themselves in the stories of Isaac Cappon and his large family.
The historic Settlers House is a small family home that was lived in by a series of working-class families over the course of its long history. Built around 1867, the building survived the Great Holland Fire of 1871 and was continuously lived in until the 1990s. Today, the home has been restored to how it would have appeared in 1871.
$7.00 for adults $6.00 for senior adult $4.00 for students and kids ages 6 and older FREE: Holland Museum members and children ages 5 and under are free. $1.00 Museums for All admission (EBT or WIC card holder, $1.00/person, up to 4 people per card).616.796.3329