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Whaley Historical House Museum

The Whaley House Museum preserves the story of Flint during the late-1800s and early-1900s as the city transitioned from a small carriage building town to one of the world's leading industrial centers. Banker Robert Whaley was the first to believe in a little known entreprenuer named William C. Durant in 1886, when he loaned Durant $2,000 as seed money for what would eventually become an automotive empire.

Phone: (810) 235-6185

624 East Kearsley Street
Flint, MI 48503

Sundays and by appointment

Adult: $5, Youth: $3, Child (5 and under): Free.

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