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Welcome To

Steiner Museum

Steiner Museum is a Pioneer and Logging Museum dedicated to preserving the history of Oscoda County and the pioneers who settled this area. It is devoted to collecting and displaying artifacts from those who settled our County.

Open Memorial Weekend thru Labor Day Weekend Annually.

Sunday & Saturday 11am - 4pm;
Holidays 11am - 2pm.

Our History

Earl Steiner

Earl Steiner (1902-1979), the founder of the Steiner Museum.

Steiner Museum Historical Commission

Jenny Blamer- Cronkright | Chairperson

Sherri Marble | Trustee

Cody Rossen | Vice Chairman

Kyle Yoder | Trustee

Kenneth Troyer | Treasurer

Elizabeth Marsh | Trustee

Dave Yoder | Secretary

Sandy Gehringer-Handrich | Member

Museum News

 The Steiner Museum Historical Commission has been busy reorganizing after closing the museum for almost 18 months due to the COVID pandemic. The museum opened with a Big Bang on Memorial Weekend with large attendance at our Annual Pancake Breakfast. 

     Lots of exciting changes have been planned for later this year and 2022. We will only hold two events this year so that we can better prepare for lots of events in 2022. Our second event for 2021 is the Pioneer Kids Xmas Party on December 4th.

     The museum is open every weekend through Labor Day so stop by and see our new exhibits! Also, please "Like" our facebook page so that you can keep up-to-date on what is happening at 'your' museum. 

Hope to see you soon!



Pancake Breakfast

Time: 8am - 11am Museum opens with breakfast served by Steiner Museum Historical Commission and Oscoda County officials including Sheriff Grace at the grill. Come and enjoy pancakes, eggs, sausage, OJ, coffee and a good ole' country gathering. Entry is by donation.


Christmas Party

Pioneer Kids Christmas Party 2pm - 3pm. An old time Christmas Tree and Santa will be at the Museum for all the kids. Santa will hand toys to each child. Hot chocolate is served while a Christmas story is read aloud. Each child will receive a wooden ornament that we decorate onsite. Entry is by donation.

Contact Us

Museum Location


M-33 at Reber Rd
Fairview, MI 48621