PHOTOS: AmericaJR Visits the Michigan Governor’s Mansion in Marshall, MI

The Michigan Governor's Mansion in Marshall, Mich. was built in 1839.

AmericaJR’s Gloria and Jerome Rzucidlo recently toured the Michigan Governor’s Mansion in Marshall. The “Governor’s Mansion” in Marshall is a two-story white frame Greek Revival building built in a side-hall plan. It has a single-story rear addition. The main section of the house has clapboard siding on the sides and horizontal plank siding on the front. In the front is a wide Doric portico with a Greek entablature above. Under the portico are two vertically elongated sash windows, and a front entrance framed by pilasters decorated with carved acanthus leaves. A dentiled cornice runs across the main portion of the house.

Visit the Michigan Governor’s Mansion at 612 S Marshall Ave, Marshall, MI 49068. It is open for tours on Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.