One of the few tourist attractions (if you have some extra time) in the City of Troy is the Troy Museum. It includes a village green behind a city/township hall relocated to the Troy Museum a few decades back, as well as occasional events (concerts, candle making, etc.) put on by the Museum. (As always, call ahead for more details) The village green includes a church as well as a one-room schoolhouse, a smithy, and a few other buildings moved from Troy Corners. Hours for the museum change from season to season, so do call ahead before going there. As a side note, if you do happen to go to Troy Corners (intersection of Livernois & Square Lake Rd, Troy, Michigan) there's a historical marker near the green-and-white farm house on Livernois Road south of the BP gas station. This is mentioned because the marker includes an interesting history of the Troy area.
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