Here are a few pictures of what you'll see at the RAM when we reopen.

Since 1976 your community has been supporting a small local museum.  Volunteers have done a wonderful job of collecting and preserving pieces of our history.  In addition to the wonderful and priceless items we have on display, our archival records include hard copies and microfilm of local newspapers dating back to the 1870's.  The museum receives no guaranteed government funds.  It depends on donations, memorials, grants, fund raising, and the work of dedicated volunteers

Your RAM appreciates your support and hope we can count on it as we work our way through the current health crisis.  A donation of any amount at this time will be very sincerely appreciated.

Donations can be sent to the Rockford Area Historical Society at PO BOX 781, Rockford, MI 49341.


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Squires Street plans

Historic view of Main Street looking South from Courtland

Relax with seating for adults and games for young guests in the RAM's unique "Forest"

Professionally designed exhibits including informative panels - rare in a small town museum and a relaxing "Forest"

The Switchboard.

Most young visitors have no idea what this could be.

Learn the fascinating story of Rockford's Last Man club. Learn how the bottle of wine brought home from France bound this group of Veterans together and why no drink was ever taken from their treasured bottle that is now on display at the RAM.  

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