Huron City Museums  

Log Cabin

The cabin is the oldest building in Huron City. Mitchell and Delia LaGassa built the cabin in 1837, the year they were married. The LaGassa’s raised their seventeen children and celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary in this cabin.

Log Cabin built in 1837

Annabel Hubbard Phelps Tea House

The cabin originally stood in the Grindstone City area, which explains why it survived both fires. It changed hands and was moved a few times before Annabel Phelps bought it and placed it behind Seven Gables as the focal point for her formal gardens. She used it as a tea house and for guests. Carolyn Lucas moved it to its present location in the museum village. When she began the Huron Museums in the 1950's.

Open Fridays and Saturdays in July and August


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