Some of Battle Creek’s pioneers are buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, including James and Ellen White, co-founders of the Seventh Day Adventist church, Sojourner Truth, Abolitionist and Equal Rights Campaigner. Also, W.K. Kellogg and his brother John Harvey Kellogg, C.W. Post, and Bill Knapp. Tourists world-wide visit these historic grave sites each year.

Gates open 8am – dusk daily.
The office is open 9am – 4:30 pm Monday – Friday.
Admission free.

Address: 255 South Avenue Battle Creek, MI 49014
Phone: +1 269-964-7321

Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center (The Battle Creek Sanitarium)

Address: 74 N Washington Ave, Battle creek, MI 49017

Historic Adventist Village has been given special permission for Denise Carter and several other tour guides to give tours. Tours are not available during major holiday weeks due to staff shortages during that time at the Federal Center.
Please call +1-269-965-3000 to make reservations.
Hours for tours are Monday – Friday 10 AM-3 PM.

Underground Railroad Sculpture

Address: 256 W Van Buren St, Battle Creek, MI 49017
Phone: +1-269-968-1611

Binder Park Zoo

Address: 7400 Division Dr. Battle Creek, MI 49014
Phone: +1-269-979-1351

Kimball House Museum

Address: 196 Capital Ave NE, Battle Creek, MI 49017
Phone: +1-269-965-2613