This category is for sites about Michigan museums, including museums devoted to arts, sciences, history, and technology.
The museum showcases a wide variety of historical and technological exhibits and hands on activities. Directions and events.
Information on Colonial Michilimackinac, Historic Mill Creek, Old Mackinac Point Light, Fort Mackinac, and Mackinac Island's Historic Downtown.
Marquette and Great Lakes maritime history exhibits. Includes information about the museum, the lighthouse lens collection, Silent Service Memorial, gift shop, and links.
Benton Harbor. The story of an American communal society, The House of David. Contains tour information, events, history, photographs, writings, and a gift shop.
Founded in 1857, one of the oldest museums in the Midwest. A public steward for 2.5 million objects or specimens of cultural and natural history from around the world. Includes information about exhibits and research.
The museum's focus is on material which was made by, used by, or related to Michigan women's history, past and present. It features exhibitions, lectures, special events, and the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame.
Holds over 400 exhibits, each devoted to a Michigan soldier, sailor, or airman. Offers a small virtual tour.
Searchable guide to Michigan museums, arts organizations, historical societies.
The National Historic Landmark S.S. City of Milwaukee is the last traditional Great Lakes train/passenger ferry. The 70 year-old vessel is currently open to the public in Manistee, Michigan for tours and programs.
St. Ignace. Father Marquette burial site, Marquette Mission Park, Museum of Ojibwa Culture. National Historic Landmark, listed October 10, 1960 .
Located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Features logging history and calendar of events including its famous lumberjack breakfasts.
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