Battle Creek Seventh-day Adventist History

 

Adventist Heritage Ministry owns and operates four historic sites.  One of the sites is located in Battle Creek...Historical Adventist Village.

While these historic sites are significant to the development of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, they also provide wonderful opportunities to explore the local history and architecture of the nineteenth century.

A visit to any or all of these sites will create inspiring memories.  Take a few minutes to take a virtual tour, then visit us in person.  Bring your family, your classroom, your Pathfinder Club or your church.

 

Below are historical pictures of places in Battle Creek:

 

Battle Creek Sanitarium 1878-1902
Battle Creek Sanitarium 1878-1902

 

 

Review & Herald Publishing House 1849-1902
Review & Herald Publishing House 1849-1902

 

 

Dime Tabernacle 1879-1922
Dime Tabernacle 1879-1922

 

 

Western Health Reform 1866-1877
Western Health Reform 1866-1877

 

 

John Byington. General Conference of SDA May 21, 1863.

 

 

Battle Creek Academy on Kendall Street, onset 1904.
Battle Creek Academy on Kendall Street, onset 1904.

 

Battle Creek Tabernacle 1950's
Battle Creek Tabernacle 1950's