Greenmead Historical Park
GREENMEAD Finishes Second in KNOPE AWARD Voting
Greenmead Historical Park is a nearly 200-year-old, 95-acre historical park purchased by the City of Livonia in 1976 and operated by the City of Livonia’s Parks and Recreation Department. The park includes the historical Greenmead Farm and its outbuildings, a 13-building historical village, Greenmead Community Garden, Virginia B. Matley Nature Trail, and soccer fields. Special events are hosted on the grounds of the historical village, including weddings.
Greenmead 365 is a public master planning effort to develop a 20-year plan that will lay out the future of Greenmead Historical Park. This unique and important treasure trove of history needs to be able to better serve the residents of Livonia and Metropolitan Detroit. To do so, we need you to tell us what you’d want at Greenmead. Greenmead 365 is a public engagement effort to do just that.
What would you like to see at Greenmead 365 days a year? What would make you and your family want to come to Greenmead Historical Park daily, weekly, monthly, annually? To be able to make Greenmead more interesting and engaging for you, we need to know what you want from it. Visit Greenmead365.com to get involved and let us know what you'd like Greenmead's future to look like.
Fall History Lecture Series and
Silent Cinema of the Mitten State Series
Mark your calendars for a great fall history lecture series at Greenmead Historical Park. Learn about Diego Rivera's local murals that have been declared a National Historic Landmark 2 p.m. Sept. 19, get a head history on Michigan beer 7 p.m. Oct. 3 and learn how Michigan's auto industry in World War I became a dress rehearsal for the arsenal of Democracy 2 p.m. Nov. 15.