Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday (except on Federal and City Holidays)
Telephone: (734-946-7029
Admission is Free so come visit us.

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.

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 Korean War Medal of Honor Recipient Robert Simenek.

In the atrium of Taylor City Hall, a display case houses memorabilia honoring U.S. Rep. John D. Dingell, 2nd Lt. U.S. Army. Congressman Dingell is the longest-serving member of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Many other military-related items are on display in the museum's Room of Honor throughout the year. Displays will change over time to honor new arrivals.

If you or someone you know would like to showcase a service member's memorabilia in the museum, or serve as a volunteer host, forms are available from a museum volunteer or please call (734) 946-7029 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 items for sale at the museum, such as baseball-style military caps, magnets, coffee mugs, decals, etc. We are a non-profit organization with 501(c)3 status. If you wish to make a donation you may donate by cash or check. Please make your check payable to: Friends of Taylor Veterans MuseumThere is a donation box located inside the museum for contributions. A receipt will be provided by a volunteer at the museum upon request. 

Since we are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization you may also send donations and make checks or money orders payable to: "Friends of Taylor Veterans Museum".

Mailing Address: Friends of Taylor Veterans Museum, PO Box 164 Taylor, Michigan.

Your cancelled check or money order stub will be your receipt. Thank you in advance for your contribution. 

A Museum Commission oversees the operation of the museum, it's displays and events such as Armed Forces Remembrance Day ceremonies, Veterans grave site flag planting, etc, Appointed Officers, including a chairman, have been confirmed and installed. Our Chairman is Wayne "Boomer" Buck, US Navy Veteran. With the support of Mayor Rick Sollars and the Taylor City Council, we will continue to preserve and honor the memories of all the veterans that art on display and all who have served in our armed forces from Taylor, Michigan.

Thank you for your continued support!



The Veterans Museum Commissioners and Taylor City resident volunteers planted flags at the grave sites of Taylor military service veterans from many branches including several Civil War veterans. Flags were planted in all three of the city owned cemeteries.  The placing of the flags was on July 3, 2013 for the 4th of July holiday.  Flags again were placed in November 2013 for the Veterans Day holiday. See pictures undre the Museum pictures tab above.

Museum Commissioners include :(seated, from left) Secretary Cheryl Burke (outgoing), Commissioner Stephanie Krueger, Chairman Wayne "Boomer" Buck, (standing, from left) Commissioner/Treasurer Frank Canning, Commissioner Jack Myers, Commissioner Jack Archibald and Commissioner Robert Durfee. Not shown in picture, Vice- Chairman Ray Dreher and Commisssioner and City Council Rep, Tim Woolley.


Our  web site is currently under construction but please feel free to browse.

Thanks for visiting!!