Historical Marker Program

Learn Our Story Through Historical Markers

Historical Marker Mass. 54thThe Town of Mount Pleasant Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee is pleased to sponsor a grant program to erect Historical Roadside Markers within the town limits. The program is funded by the Accommodations Tax and administered by the Town of Mount Pleasant Historical Commission. Read more about our historical marker program.

Locate Historical Markers

There are numerous markers located throughout Mount Pleasant, and each interprets an important part of our town's story. Peruse the historical markers list and locate each on the historical marker map.

Patjens Post Office Marker Tour

Old Village Historic District Wellness Walk

Set out on a history-based walking tour featuring 20 historical markers routed through Mount Pleasant's Old Village Historic District. This enjoyable walk, created by the Moultrie Middle School Wellness Committee, begins and ends close to Moultrie Middle School on Coleman Blvd. Free parking is available at the school Farmers Market. You can download the Historic District Wellness Walk Brochure for more information.


Each historical marker throughout Mount Pleasant has a Near Field Communication (NFC) enabled label. After enabling your smartphone for NFC and connecting to wi-fi, simply tap on the NFC label to access additional historical information.  If the sign or marker is NFC enabled, you will see this logo: square LOGO NFCThe NFC label also enables you to download the Mount Pleasant Historical app and follow us on Instagram.

How to Use: "Tap" Our NFC Enabled Labels

You will need a smart phone or other mobile device with NFC technology, both  Android and Apple devices will work. Please note that your device must be connected to the internet either through a cell signal or Wi-Fi. You must have NFC set to “on" in the phone. For older Apple devices download the app.

  • Swipe down from the top of your screen to reveal settings.
  • Click on the gear icon.
  • From the list, select “Connected Devices.”
  • Set the NFC switch to “on” to activate NFC.
  • Once NFC is on, simply tap your device against the NFC Enabled Label  to be taken to the information page.

Jim Capers

  Darby building with NFC

Tap to learn more and engage with Mount Pleasant history!