If Stones Could Talk

Living History Cemetery Tour | Saturday, October 22, 12 – 2 pm & 5 – 8 pm

–Step beyond the iron gates and experience the historic side of Northville as you walk among the gravestones of the city’s most famous and infamous figures. 

Dedicated tour guides escort small groups within the Oakwood Cemetery, as actors share the storied pasts of those residing in the first cemetery in Northville.

The tours leave every 15 minutes, last approximately 30 minutes, and are designed to be informative. Please wear comfortable walking shoes as the ground is uneven and bring an umbrella if rain threatens as the event is rain or shine. First tour starts at 12 pm. Last tour starts at 1:45 pm. 

JUST ADDED! Extended hours 5 – 8 pm with the last tour at 7:30 pm! Plus, stop by the “Haunted” Art House to view the current exhibition and for drinks at our Boo! Bar.

Parking is available on street and nearby lots. Check-in and Day-of tickets (if not sold out) will be located at Northville Art House.

Every precaution is taken to be respectful of the final resting places of Northville residents. 

Limited Tickets Available for Each Tour: Pre-purchase Recommended.
  • $6 –  Individual (1 per person, max. 12)
  • $22 – Family (6 total, max. 2 adults and 4 children)
  • FREE – Child 6 and Under (1 Child per paid Adult; max. 6)

Tickets will be reserved at check-in under designated name. Groups larger than 12, please call to reserve 248-344-0497. Call or email questions to spearson@northvillearthouse.org.

Tickets are non-refundable. The ticket donation is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Northville Art House, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Tax ID#: 84-3464876

Participating Actors:

  • Mike Kolbow, Northville
  • Amy Luebke, Northville
  • Matt Zook, Plymouth
  • David Roden, Northville
  • Jack Fulton, Northville
  • Theresa Gutierrez, Plymouth
  • Linda Newsom, Northville
  • Aubrey McCurdy, Northville

Interested in volunteering? email Stacy Pearson at spearson@northvillearthouse.org or Volunteer Here

ON VIEW IN THE GALLERY – Opening Up: Detroit Society of Women Painters & Sculptors

The Detroit Society of Women Painters and Sculptors one of the oldest self-sustaining women’s art organizations in the U.S, has played an essential role in promoting women artists and cultivating the arts since 1903. This inspiring exhibition will feature a selection of juried work by current members opening up after the challenges of the past few years.


Thank you to our FALL EVENT SPONSORS – Be a pART of it!