Will Keith Kellogg lived here – well, not here exactly. In order to preserve the house, the Kellogg Foundation had it moved from its original spot. Now it’s used for nonprofit functions. Unless you’re hosting an event, you’re not going to see inside. But feel free to walk around the well-maintained gardens and admire the prairie-style architecture.
Brothers W.K. Kellogg and Dr. J.H. Kellogg invented cereal flakes while experimenting with creating healthy, easy to digest food for the patients at the world-famous Sanitarium. Will went on to create the Kellogg Company.
Right next to the Kellogg House is the Underground Railroad Monument, the biggest monument in the U.S. that is dedicated to this important part of American history.