The Friends of Auburn Heights (FAH), which operates the Marshall Steam Museum, has begun an exciting project that will ensure the success and relevance of Auburn Heights far into the future. We have embarked on a capital campaign to upgrade and endow the museum, originally built in 1947 by Tom Marshall’s father, Clarence. Museum facility improvements will include professional exhibits and enhanced space for the collections, education space, improved HVAC and security systems, and modern public restrooms. The project team has begun work to define and implement the first phase of the project .
Through a new interpretive plan designed to excite, engage, and inspire visitors using the extraordinary collections entrusted to our care, we aspire to make the stories we tell real and tangible, to provide an experience that ignites curiosity and spurs imagination, that fosters discussion and debate and even incites and awakens emotions.
Full steam ahead!