MUSEUMS IN THE GREAT WATERS REGION

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Alberta House Arts Center

219 Ferris Street
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
Phone: (906) 635-1312

Located at 217 Ferris Street, this renovated railroad hotel now features the Olive Craig Gallery, a second mini gallery, and the Alberta House Shop, where patrons may enjoy a one-of-a-kind shopping experience. The Arts Center also brings in traveling exhibits on a regular basis and often features…

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Fort de Buade Museum

334 N. State Street
St. Ignace, MI 49781
Phone: (906) 643-6627

Fort DeBuade has more than 6,700 square feet of spectacular artifacts covering precontact Native-American, French, English and American periods of history.  The weapons collection is a special feature in the displays, showcasing historic and antique military pieces and hand-made Indian war armaments.  From…

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Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum

Paradise, MI 49768
Phone: (906) 635-1742

Whitefish Point separates Whitefish Bay from Lake Superior. This narrow point of windswept land juts into the lake, creating a navigation hazard for ships, but also serving as a natural gathering point for migrating birds. A light station was erected on the point in 1849 and today a shipwreck museum…

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Historic Water Tower & Siphon Bridge

River Street
Manistique, MI 49854
Phone: (906) 341-5010

The Schoolcraft County Historical Park, in Manistique, features a museum and the historic 200 foot tall brick water tower.  The octagonal tower, built in 1922, has a capacity of 200,000 gallons and was built in the Roman style of architecture.  Listed on the National and State Historic…

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Les Cheneaux Historical Muesum

105 S. Meridian Road
Cedarville, MI 49719
Phone: (888) 364-7526

Housed in a historic log cabin and Scandinavian log addition, the Les Cheneaux Historical Museum offers historical displays, activities and gifts focused on the history and culture of Cedarville and Hessel. American Indian artifacts, tools from the logging era, photographs and historical…

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Mackinac State Historic Parks - Mackinac Island

P.O. Box 370
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
Phone: (906) 847-3328

Mackinac Island is a Michigan State Park.  Whether visiting the 1,800 acres of this parkland by foot, bike , horseback, or carriage, its majestic geological wonders and historical monuments are treasures found only here - on the island sacred to Great Lakes Indian tribes.  According to them,…

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Museum of Ojibwa Culture

500 N. State Street
St. Ignace, MI 49781
Phone: (906) 643-9161

Explore the exciting first chapter of upper Great Lakes history! A National Historic Landmark, the Museum of Ojibwa Culture and Marquette Mission Park interpret the rich archaeology and history of the 17th century Huron Indian Village, Father Marquette's French Jesuit Mission, and local Ojibwa…

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Museum Ship Valley Camp

501 East Water Street
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
Phone: (888) 744-7867

Our EDMUND FITZGERALD exhibit holds the two lifeboats from the stricken vessel.  Torn away during the sinking, these lifeboats are two of very few major artifacts recovered after the tragic…

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Ozark One-Room School Museum

W3695 Lovegrove Rd
Moran, MI 49760

A free family museum with an eclectic collection of one-room school memorabilia including local railroad, lumbering, farming, mining, pioneer family, church, and country school displays.…

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River of History Museum

531 Ashmun St
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
Phone: (906) 632-1999

Audio presentations tell stories that will intrigue adults, bewitch children, and provide both entertainment and education to all generations. Listen as the region’s notable people, like John Johnston, recall the hardships of life at the river’s edge.…

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Saint Ignace

396 N. State Street
St. Ignace, MI 49781
Phone: (906) 643-6950

Stroll along the downtown boardwalk and docks that edge beautiful blue Moran Bay.  Learn about the long and varied history of the Striats from the info kioks along the waterfront. Visit the Marquette Mission Park and Museum of Ojibwa Culture, a Nation Historic Landmark and the burial…

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Tahquamenon Logging Museum

North M-123
Newberry, MI 49868
Phone: (906) 293-5709

Enjoy the lumber jack breakfast held once monthly starting in May and running through October.  This is held in the Old "Cook Shack".  Tour the CCC (Civilain Conservation Core) building.  Follow the Nature Walk along the Tahquamenon River.   View the…

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Tower of History

326 E. Portage Ave
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
Phone: (888) 744-7867

Soaring 210 feet above Sault Ste. Marie and the Soo Locks, the tower has observation platforms for visitors to get spectacular views and photos of the world's busiest inland shipping channel. In the view below from the Tower of History, one can see several historic houses, and the Museum…

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