Hartland Music Hall
The Music Hall is the central structure of the beautiful settlement of Hartland. It was built by members of the First Congregational Church in 1858. It is one the oldest public buildings in Livingston County, an outstanding example of Greek Revival architecture. The Music Hall is used year-round by a local church, the Hartland Players, Encore Youth Theater, Boy Scout Court of Honor ceremonies, meetings, concerts, the annual performance of Handel’s Messiah each December, and many weddings.