The historic Hartland Music Hall is located in the small village of Hartland, MI.
A gift to the community from John Robert Crouse, Sr., the Music Hall is one the oldest public buildings in Livingston County and an outstanding example of Greek Revival architecture. In the late 1920s, during the conversion to a music hall, a marvelous Kilgen pipe organ was installed and the magnificent column porticoes were added to the front of the building.
In 1980, the Music Hall was included in the State Register of Historic Sites by the Michigan Historical Commission.
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Katie · Married on 08/13/2011
If you're looking for a unique and beautiful place to get married, I recommend the Hartland Music Hall. Don, the Caretaker, did a wonderful job helping with all the setting up and day-of function. He was a pleasure to work with and helped make my wedding very special. There is a lot of history at this site and it will be worth every penny that you spend to have your wedding here!Sent on 08/23/2011
Rachel · Married on 02/16/2013
No major issues but could have been smoother. The location was great for our Waldenwoods reception. It is a beautiful building.Sent on 03/04/2013
Don, the caretaker, was fantastic to work with but most communication had to go through the school district which was slow and never very clear. Ginny worked with us for the rehearsal and wedding ceremony, which was a little stressful - ended up just needing to put my foot down.