Our New Horticulture Show
Fruits of their Labors,
The Story of Four Pomologists and South Haven Fruit.
July 8 Until September 24, 2016.
Come visit the Museum
The Bailey Museum is open
Wednesday through Saturday,
9:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M.
Join us for intriguing talks Under the Walnut Tree!
Brown Bag Botany
Wednesday, August 3 at noon,
come hear Ted Guidmond speak.
Welcome to the Bailey Museum!
The Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum is located in the birthplace and childhood home of America’s “Father of Modern Horticulture” and a founder of the “New Agrarian” philosophy, Liberty Hyde Bailey, Jr. We are a museum, National Historic Site, garden, park and educational outreach center, in South Haven, Michigan. We welcome you to come and investigate one of history’s most interesting people. Feel free to join us for events throughout the year.
Activities are supported by a grant from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Next On the Calendar…
Liberty Hyde Bailey knew this !
On July 23 at 1:00, John Linstrom will lead a book talk and conversation about one of the most influential books by environmental author and “South Haven’s Favorite Son,” Liberty Hyde Bailey (1858-1954),… Read more »
The Fruits of Their Labors show is open though! And it is cool inside.
The Brown Bag Botany talk for today (Wednesday, July 13) has been cancelled. Mr. Priebe is unable to appear due to illness. Please come to our talk on July 20 about bees with Don Lam. We hope Mr. Priebe… Read more »