Explore Applewood From Home
Enjoy these up close and unique insights into the history and collections of Applewood.
Virtual Tour of Applewood
Explore the house and grounds at Applewood with behind-the-scenes highlights along the way.
Lunch & Learn
Preserving Your Photographs
Finding Joy in the Gardens at Applewood
Virtual Walk Through Applewood
Our Past & Present
Mrs. Mott’s Chair
Perennial Garden & Beyond
Storytime with Applewood
Make sure you participate in the U.S. Census!
‘Fall Apples: Crisp and Juicy’
Celebrating Great Lakes Apple Crunch with Applewood apples.
‘Ten Rules of Being a Superhero’
‘I Hear a Pickle’
Exploring our five senses.
‘Skin Like Mine’
A celebration of the individual features that make us unique and special.
‘Just Critters Who Care’
A story about the different ways we can help in our communities.
‘Same, Same but Different’
We’re talking about cultural inclusivity and other languages.
‘Take a Picture of Me, James Van Der Zee!’
Taking photos is such an important way to preserve our history.
‘How Do Dinosaurs Clean Their Rooms?’
What is civic responsibility?
Virtual Education Programs
Virtual Field Trips
To learn more about virtual field trip opportunities, visit our Field Trips page.
Sugar Maple STEM Module
This online STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) module explores how we preserved the historic Sugar Maple tree at Applewood. Ideal for Grades 6-8.
100 Years of Women’s Suffrage
Ruth Mott was a longstanding supporter of voter education and civic participation.
Oral History: Why Does It Matter?
Listen to a piece of a recently rediscovered interview with Charles Stewart Mott.
Sharing the Wealth: The Legacy of C.S. Mott
The enduring legacy of C.S. Mott is his extraordinary commitment to civic participation.
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