Seven of Kalamazoo's historic buildings were open to visitors the tour and see some places that the public normally doesn't have the chance to see. Check them out here. With no way to say which building is better, creepier, cooler or nicer. Here are the buildings in alphabetical order.

Built in 1931 and faces Bronson Park.

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Built in 1878 with 3 additions.

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One I my favorites, That has Templar symbols on the top floor.

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This building was moved several blocks and over the train tracks between trains.

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Built 1898 was was originally home to the Star Paper Company.

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Has a water sculpture that was a continuing gag between two Gilmore siblings.

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Several additions and buildings joined together to make this building that covers the entire block.

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Did you go on the Vanished Kalamazoo tour? Share you photos in the comments.

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