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Battle Creek Historic Sites & Interpretive Centres

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On the west side of Battle Creek, visitor will find the Historic Adventist Village, an interactive, historical and educational area. Tours of the grounds begin at the Dr. John Harvey Kellogg Discovery Center, taking people through homes and buildings that represent life during the mid-1800s.
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Battle Creek's Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center is recognized by both the State of Michigan and the National Registry of Historic Places. The building was constructed by Dr. John Kellogg as a spa and later acted as a medical center and a defense administration building.
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For 83 years, the Kimball family served Battle Creek by providing medical services to the community. The family first moved to the town in 1886 and soon after built a 14-room house on Maple Street where three generations lived. Since 1966, the Kimball House has welcomed the public to tour it. Inside is a museum that contains rare material relating to ex-slave, Sojourner Truth, as well as exhibits on significant local women.

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