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#1 of 6 Museums in Saint Ignace
We were in 2 museums in St. Ignace, and both were great to experience!
Really enjoyed the museum and the history of the Ojibwa ( Chippewah ) , Huron and Iriquois Indians in Ontario and Northern Michigan !!! Added feature is the memorial to Father Marquette and his contributions to th...
#2 of 6 Museums in Saint Ignace
Fort DeBuade Museum is one of the best small museums I've ever visited, and I'm a museum junky.
We were all amazed by this wonderful gem of a museum.The gift shop is also unique and interesting.We spoke with a curator who really went out of her way for us.We also had a really nice conversation with the gift...
#3 of 6 Museums in Saint Ignace
Always enjoy stoping by Father Marquette National Memorial and Museum in Saint Ignace MI! Another favorite place!
Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse Mackinaw City, MI 8.5 km away
#2 of 6 Museums in Mackinaw City
We bought the historical family membership to the museums for Mackinaw city and Island which we found extremely well worth it.
Although climbing the tower is always the highlight of any lighthouse tour, the museum detailing the history and lifestyle of the lighthouse-keeper and his family, as well as the technology which was used to keep...
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Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum Inc. Mackinaw City, MI 9.2 km away
#1 of 6 Museums in Mackinaw City
Similar to other maritime museums with its rich history and tradition.
Wonderful Coast Guard Icebreaker Museum
Mackinaw Bridge Museum Mackinaw City, MI 9.1 km away
#3 of 6 Museums in Mackinaw City
This is a very interesting museum with lots of stories about when the bridge was built and the stories of the men who worked on it.
This bridge is a great source of pride for every Michigander and the museum tells the story of building the bridge in layman' terms.