When you visit the historical 1895 Voigt House, you are entering a late-Victorian time capsule.  The home was the residence of the socially-prominent Voigt family (of the Voigt-Herpolsheimer department store and grain mills). 

This home is unique because it stayed in the Voigt family until it was donated to the Grand Rapids Foundation in 1971.  It is now part of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids.

 Over 95% of the home's furniture and other contents are from the Voigt family themselves, making it unique among historical homes. 

 The home is currently open to the public for special event.