Lawton Heritage Museum

The Lawton Heritage Museum is nestled in the huge wine cellars of the Lawton Lions Heritage Community Center in the village of Lawton. The center itself is a unique architectural structure of cobblestone located in the heart of the “Fruit Belt” of southwest Michigan. The 1903 structure, a state and national historic site, is the state’s oldest standing winery building which makes it a most appropriate setting for the Museum.

Displays depict circa 1900-1940 farming, processing, and daily life in support of the industry. Major exhibits include vineyard farm equipment, very early wine and grape processing machinery. Including:

  • Local related history displays
  • Home life depictions
  • Interior barn decor
  • One room school house setting
  • Village general store
  • Soda shop
  • Barber shop
  • Train station
  • Memorabilia from various wineries and fruit processors
646 North Nursery Street
Lawton, MI 49065
Phone: (269)624-6552
Hours: Available upon request
150 years
South Haven/Van Buren County Convention and Visitors Bureau
546 Phoenix Street
South Haven, MI 49090
Phone: 269 637-5252
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