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Museums in Michigan


Museums by Area

  • NW Lower Peninsula: 27
  • NE Lower Peninsula: 16
  • SW Lower Peninsula: 11
  • SE Lower Peninsula: 25
  • Upper Peninsula: 41


Michigan's Museums

Art, Science and Historical Museums in Michigan - Organized by County

A visit to Michigan's art museums, science museums and history museums surround us with awe and gives us a greater appreciation for the world around us. Have a look at the work of the masters and our ancestors.

Grand Marais Historical Society and Musuem in Alger County

Coast Guard Loop, Seney, MI 49883, USA

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The Grand Marais Historical Society operates three museums and a self-guided walking tour for our visitors' enjoyment. The Lightkeeper's House is located at the end of Coast Guard Point overlooking the channel. The Pickle Barrel House Museum is located on Lake Avenue right in the middle of town. The Old Post Office Museum, which opened in the summer of 2009, is also located on Lake Avenue in town. If you'd like to tour the town, the Promenade Through the Past self-guided walking tour will introduce you to 25 historic buildings and sites. Tour booklets are available at local stores and museums. We invite you to visit us and discover the rich history of Grand Marais!
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Gitche Gumee Museum in Alger County

E21739 Braziel Street, Seney, MI 49883, USA

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For almost 25 years (1954-1978) the founder of this museum, Axel Niemi, entertained people with his music, stories, and knowledge about rocks and minerals. In 1990, Ronald Marshall purchased the museum from Axel. They had been close friends since Axel taught Ron how to play cribbage in 1970. Ron made major repairs to the museum building over the next few years. I met Ron in 1991 and told him how important the museum and Axel were to me. In exchange for a couple of Axel’s agates, I wrote a poem for the museum titled Perspective. After reading the poem and without saying anything to me, Ron decided that if he ever were to sell the museum -- he would sell it to me. Finally, in 1997 while agate hunting together, Ron stunned me into silence and offered to sell me the museum.

After the purchase was completed in August 1998, the building was completely refurbished. The history items, saved by the Niemi family for over 90 years, were sorted and displayed for the first time. My mineral collection was combined with Axel’s. After being closed for 21 years, the museum was reopened on July 4, 1999.

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Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center in Alpena County

Alpena Bi-Path, Alpena, MI 49707, USA

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Jesse Besser Museum in Alpena County

493-591 Johnson Street, Alpena, MI 49707, USA

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Come visit Northeast Michigan's center for art, history and science with our displays of arts and crafts, native Americans, geology, industry, and a recreated 1890's street of shops. Our 19th century historic buildings including the Green School, Spratt Church, Maltz exchange Bank, and McKay Log Cabin. Museum hours are Monday through Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm. Planetarium shows are offered on Saturdays at 2pm. Shows change quarterly so call ahead for the current show information.
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Elk Rapids Area Historical Museum in Antrim County

311-399 River Street, Elk Rapids, MI 49629, USA

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Mancelona Area Historical Society in Antrim County

9826 Front Street, Mancelona, MI 49659, USA

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Bellaire Area Historical Society and Museum in Antrim County

Hickory Lane, Bellaire, MI 49615, USA

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Bellaire Area Historical Society & Museum- Amazing displays of local history, civil war , & villages. Located in the lower level of the Bellaire Village offices bldg.

Alden Depot Museum in Antrim County

10670 Coy Street, Alden, MI 49612, USA

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Located in the authentically restored Alden Depot, a train depot dating to 1908, the Alden Depot Park & Museum features photographs and memorabilia recalling the community's past, including model trains and related items and many photographs of the area through the years, including children's camps. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend.

Guntzvillers Spirit of the Woods Museum in Antrim County

11060 S. U.S. 31, Elk Rapids, MI 49629

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Great museum for the whole family , schools or bus tours. We have lifesize displays in their natural settings of all the animals of Michigan and more. We also have on display thousands of native american artifacts that have been collected over the past 100 years in our family.
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Baraga County Historical Museum in Baraga County

900 U.S. 41, Baraga, MI 49908, USA

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The museum is located on US 41 in Baraga, Michigan, on the shore of Keweenaw Bay. The museum is operated by the Baraga County Historical Society, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. The Historical Society's mission is to collect, preserve, and display artifacts and documents connected with Baraga County's cultural heritage and natural resources and to educate the public. Exhibits highlight significant events as well illustrating what everyday life was like 50, 100, or 150 years ago.
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Benzie Area Historical Museum in Benzie County

6716-6832 Traverse Avenue, Benzonia, MI 49616, USA

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Featuring artifacts and exhibits of Benzie County history (logging, agriculture, railroads); as well as displays of Pulitzer-Prize winner and Benzonian native, author Bruce Catton (1954 for his books on the Civil War); the Ann Arbor Car Ferries, a General Store and more. Open Tuesday through Saturday, May through December. Also open on Mondays -- June, July and August.
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Morton House Museum in Berrien County

250-298 North Hull Avenue, Benton Harbor, MI 49022, USA

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Fort Saint Joseph Museum in Berrien County

520 East Main Street, Niles, MI 49120, USA

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North Berrien Historical Museum in Berrien County

360-5698 Coloma Avenue, Coloma, MI 49038, USA

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Wilkinson Village Heritage Museum in Berrien County

16142 Red Arrow Highway, Union Pier, MI 49129, USA

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New Buffalo Railroad Museum in Berrien County

530 South Whittaker Street, New Buffalo, MI 49117, USA

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Heritage Museum and Cultural Center in Berrien County

601 Main Street, Saint Joseph, MI 49085, USA

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Curious Kids Museum in Berrien County

508 Broad Street, Saint Joseph, MI 49085, USA

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Wing House Museum in Branch County

1-49 South Jefferson Street, Coldwater, MI 49036, USA

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Kingman Museum in Calhoun County

Arboretum, Battle Creek, MI 49037, USA

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Heddon Museum in Cass County

400-414 West Street, Dowagiac, MI 49047, USA

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Beaver Island Marine Museum in Charlevoix County

38072-38138 Michigan Avenue, Beaver Island, MI 49782, USA

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Railroad Depot Museum in Charlevoix County

Depot Beach, Charlevoix, MI 49720, USA

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Elm Pointe Historical Museum in Charlevoix County

4565-4999 Michigan 66, East Jordan, MI 49727, USA

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Cheboygan County Museum in Cheboygan County

370 Young Street, Cheboygan, MI 49721, USA

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River of History Museum in Chippewa County

201-299 East Portage Avenue, Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783, USA

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Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum in Chippewa County

18382-18408 North Whitefish Point Road, Paradise, MI 49768, USA

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During the off-season months, visitors may still see the Shipwreck Museum by making an appointment with our staff at Whitefish Point. To contact staff, please call, toll-free, 888-492-3747. Hours will depend on staff availability. You may also use this number if you are interested in booking a room in the Crews Quarters building, which is open year-round. The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum is the only one of its kind dedicated to the perils of maritime transport on the Great Lakes. It is fittingly located at Whitefish Point, Michigan, site of the oldest active lighthouse on Lake Superior.
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Drummond Island Historical Museum in Chippewa County

33463-33549 South Water Street, Drummond, MI 49726, USA

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De Tour Passage Historical Museum in Chippewa County

Elizabeth Street, De Tour Village, MI 49725, USA

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Wheels of History Museum in Chippewa County

6799-6817 Michigan 221, Brimley, MI 49715, USA

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Lumbermens Museum in Crawford County

2847 Monarch Drive, Grayling, MI 49738, USA

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Major Hartwick Museum in Crawford County

3245-3999 Michigan 93, Grayling, MI 49738, USA

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Crawford County Historical Museum in Crawford County

West Michigan Avenue, Grayling, MI 49738, USA

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Hartwick Pines Logging Museum in Crawford County

4216 Ranger Road Grayling, MI 49738

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Return to the states 19th-century logging era, when thousands of men cut millions of board feet of lumber, and Michigan led the nation in sawed lumber production.

Historical House of Ludington in Delta County

223 Ludington Street, Escanaba, MI 49829, USA

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Delta County Historic Museum in Delta County

23-61 Water Plant Road, Escanaba, MI 49829, USA

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Steam and Gas Engine Museum in Delta County

1001-1071 North Lincoln Road, Escanaba, MI 49829, USA

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Fayette Museum in Delta County

State Park, Garden, MI 49835, USA

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House of Yesteryear Museum in Dickinson County

7700 U.S. 2, Iron Mountain, MI 49801, USA

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Cornish Pump Museum in Dickinson County

501-599 Kent Street, Iron Mountain, MI 49801, USA

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Jake Menghini Museum in Dickinson County

901-903 East 9th Avenue, Norway, MI 49870, USA

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Blackbird Museum in Emmet County

440 East Bay Street, Harbor Springs, MI 49740, USA

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Tahquamenon Logging Museum in Emmet County

Falls Road, Newberry, MI 49868, USA

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Little Traverse Historical Museum in Emmet County

Bayfront Drive, Petoskey, MI 49770, USA

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Sloan Museum in Genesee County

1025 East Kearsley Street, Flint, MI 48503, USA

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Flint Children's Museum in Genesee County

1602 University Ave, Flint, MI 48504

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The Flint Children's Museum has over 40 new hands-on, educational exhibits for children. In addition to exhibits, the museum holds monthly themed activities and events, including Free Access Days. The Flint Children's Museum inspires discovery and learning.
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Montrose Historical Telephone Pioneer Museum in Genesee County

144 Hickory St, Montrose, MI 48457

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Local History and an accredited Telephone Museum. Changing exhibits and fall, winter speaker programs. Hands on displays. Serving the community since 1980.
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Grand Traverse Heritage Center in Grand Traverse County

300-398 6th Street, Traverse City, MI 49684, USA

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Fife Lake Area Historical Museum in Grand Traverse County

111-131 Morgan Street, Fife Lake, MI 49633, USA

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The original building was erected in 1896-97 and was the First Presbyterian Church. However, in 1915 it was sold to the Fife Lake Episcopal Church, which also failed to prosper, and was taken over by the Citizens’ State Bank of Fife Lake in 1925. The bank used it as a Community Hall for social and athletic events and showing silent movies.

Music House Museum in Grand Traverse County

7001-7367 U.S. 31, Williamsburg, MI 49690, USA

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Recognized by Forbes.com as one of the ten reasons to visit Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, the Music House Museum offers a unique collection of instruments that provide guests with a walk through the history, the artistry and the engineering of automated music.

Dennos Museum Center in Grand Traverse County

525 Milliken Drive, Traverse City, MI 49686, USA

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The Dennos Museum Center seeks to engage, enlighten and entertain its audiences through the collection of art, and the presentation of exhibitions and programs in the visual arts, sciences and performing arts.

Will Carleton Poor House Museum in Hillsdale County

180 North Wolcott Street, Hillsdale, MI 49242, USA

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One of the most historically significant houses in Hillsdale is a small cobblestone structure located on the outskirts of the city. The structure was built of uniformed sized stones, laid in precise rows, gathered from the fields nearby. Isaac VanDenburg had employed a local stone mason to build the house in 1853. VanDenburg was not only a local tavern keeper and land owner but was also a member of the County Board of Commissioners. This group after much discussion, voted to buy VanDenburg’s farm and home in order to house the aged or those infirm whose families no longer would care for them.

Grosvenor House Museum in Hillsdale County

201-299 Maumee Street, Jonesville, MI 49250, USA

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The Grosvenor House Museum is the renovated home of E.O. Grosvenor, one time Lt. Governor of Michigan. Mr. Grosvenor was head of the commission in charge of building the Michigan state capitol building, and his home was designed by the same architect as the capitol. A 32 room Victorian Italianate structure, the museum is open weekends from 2-5 pm from 1st part of June until the end of September each year, but call for more details if needed. admission is 3.50 for adults, 3.00 for Seniors and students 13 and older are 2.00, while ages 12 and younger are just 1.00. We do have a family rate of $8.00. Open Sat-Sun from 2-5 pm.

Upper Peninsula Firefighters Musuem in Houghton County

335 6th Street, Calumet, MI 49913, USA

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Houghton County Historical Museum in Houghton County

100-142 Lake Linden Street, Lake Linden, MI 49945, USA

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The Houghton County Historical Museum is the home of the Copper Country Railroad History Center, located in historic Lake Linden. Once the site of the largest copper milling operation in North America, Lake Linden now offers a beautiful park on the shores of Torch Lake. Picnic facilities, overnight camping, a swimming beach, and boating facilities are available in the park, which is directly adjacent to the museum campus, allowing easy access by footpath.

Copper Range Historical Museum in Houghton County

24-36 Trimountain Avenue, Calumet, MI 49913, USA

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The Copper Range Historical Museum is located in South Range, Michigan. Open June - September

Coppertown USA Mining Museum in Houghton County

57070 Mine Street, Calumet, MI 49913, USA

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Michigan's Copper Industry began thousands of years ago when ancient miners chipped away at exposed veins of pure copper with huge hammerstones. Tools and techniques of mining advanced considerably in the centuries that followed and Coppertown's Mining Museum traces the evolution of miners and mining people with a series of tasteful exhibits designed for the family.

Wurtsmith Air Museum in Iosco County

4091-4099 East Van Ettan Street, Oscoda charter Township, MI 48750, USA

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Harbour House Museum in Iron County

301-399 Crystal Avenue, Crystal Falls, MI 49920, USA

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Iron County Historical Museum in Iron County

Museum Drive, Iron River, MI 49935, USA

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Amasa Museum in Iron County

203-205 Kahma Avenue, Crystal Falls, MI 49920, USA

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Kalkaska Historical Museum in Kalkaska County

300-398 Maple Street, Kalkaska, MI 49646, USA

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The Kalkaska County Museum is located in the Train Depot building in downtown Kalkaska. The original building was built about 1873, but burned down in July 1910. The present building was built immediately following and opened for business in June 1911. It became a museum on June 29, 1970. The building was first rented from the village, then leased in perpetuity. It is maintained by contributions, memberships and memorials. The original structure has been preserved and kept in much the same design as when it was used as a depot.

Gerald R Ford Presidential Museum in Kent County

303 Pearl Street Northwest, Grand Rapids, MI 49504, USA

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The permanent exhibits are the core of the Museum's program. They allow visitors to participate in history, not just view it, while reviewing the highlights of the lives of President and Mrs. Ford. In addition to the permanent exhibits, a succession of temporary exhibits draw upon the rich holdings of the entire Presidential libraries system, the Smithsonian Institution, the National Archives, and others.

Idlewild Historical and Cultural Museum in Lake County

5502-5750 South Broadway Street, Idlewild, MI 49642, USA

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Leelanau Historical Museum in Leelanau County

Cedar Street, Leland, MI 49654, USA

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Empire Area Museum in Leelanau County

11900-11968 South Lacore Street, Empire, MI 49630, USA

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Great Lakes Childrens Museum in Leelanau County

13300 South West Bay Shore Drive, Traverse City, MI 49684, USA

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Lenawee County Historical Museum in Lenawee County

100 East Church Street, Adrian, MI 49221, USA

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Tecumseh Area Museum in Lenawee County

100-198 Oneida Street South, Tecumseh, MI 49286, USA

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Hudson Museum in Lenawee County

112 South Church Street, Hudson, MI 49247, USA

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Fort de Buade Indian Museum in Mackinac County

361-399 Underhill, Saint Ignace, MI 49781, USA

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Museum of Ojibwa Culture in Mackinac County

501-539 North State Street, Saint Ignace, MI 49781, USA

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Maritime Museum in Mackinac County

1-169 South Short Street, Cedarville, MI 49719, USA

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Les Cheneaux Historical Museum in Mackinac County

1-109 South Meridian Street, Cedarville, MI 49719, USA

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Stuart House Museum in Mackinac County

7463 Market Street, Mackinac Island, MI 49757, USA

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Manistee County Museum in Manistee County

401-431 River Street, Manistee, MI 49660, USA

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Our Saviors Historical Museum in Manistee County

301-399 Walnut Street, Manistee, MI 49660, USA

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Kaleva Depot Museum in Manistee County

14300-14406 Walta Street, Kaleva, MI 49645, USA

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Marquette County History Museum in Marquette County

201-217 North Front Street, Marquette, MI 49855, USA

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Upper Peninsula Childrens Museum in Marquette County

139-199 West Baraga Avenue, Marquette, MI 49855, USA

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Marquette Maritime Museum in Marquette County

301,499-300,499 Coast Guard Road, Marquette, MI 49855, USA

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Negaunee Historical Society Museum in Marquette County

301-399 East Lincoln Street, Negaunee, MI 49866, USA

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Michigan Iron Industry Museum in Marquette County

73 Forge Road, Negaunee, MI 49866, USA

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Overlooking a picturesque river valley near Negaunee, this fine little state museum, open free of charge, shows in dramatic displays how U. P. iron was central to America's industrialization.rnrnThe museum is in the rugged, wooded hills at the place on the Carp River where an iron forge was built in 1848. That was just four years after Burt discovered iron not far from Teal Lake. The whole area was a wilderness at the time, well beyond the boundaries of settlement.

Cliffs Shaft Mine Museum in Marquette County

501 West Euclid Street, Ishpeming, MI 49849, USA

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Michigamme Historical Museum in Marquette County

Alley 2, Michigamme, MI 49861, USA

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Forsyth Township Historical Museum in Marquette County

Co Highway Exc, Gwinn, MI 49841, USA

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The Forsyth Township Historical Society was founded in 1992. Its museum showcases the history of the township’s small mining and railroad villages from 1860s as well as the history of K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base. There’s a special emphasis on the unique “model town” of Gwinn, built in 1908 by Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company. Designed by noted Boston landscape architect, Warren H. Manning.

Westshore Fishing Museum in Menominee County



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Menominee County Heritage Museum in Menominee County

900-998 11th Avenue, Menominee, MI 49858, USA

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IXL Historical Museum in Menominee County

River Street North, Hermansville, MI 49847, USA

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Monroe Historical Museum in Monroe County

126 South Monroe Street, Monroe, MI 48161, USA

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Old Mill Museum in Monroe County

259 Riley Street, Dundee, MI 48131, USA

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Holocaust Memorial Center in Oakland County

6600 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield Township, MI 48322, USA

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Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm in Oakland County

1009 Van Hoosen Road, Rochester Hills, MI 48306, USA

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The museum is the primary site for learning about and preserving the history of the greater Rochester area in Oakland County, Michigan, as a representative of similar communities throughout Michigan.
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Walter P Chrysler Museum in Oakland County

1 Chrysler Dr, Auburn Hills, MI 48326

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Plan a visit to the Walter P. Chrysler Museum where automotive history is learned and explored. Take an hour, or spend the day to experience the history of Chrysler vehicles, learn from interactive kiosk stations, or enjoy educational films in our movie theater.
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Ogemaw County Historical Museum in Ogemaw County

142-198 South 5th Street, West Branch, MI 48661, USA

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Childhood Cottage Museum in Ontonagon County

Townsend Street, Rockland, MI 49960, USA

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Ontonagon County Historical Society and Museum in Ontonagon County

300-398 Quartz Street, Ontonagon, MI 49953, USA

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The Ontonagon County Historical Society was founded in 1957 to collect and preserve the artifacts of the county's history and to educate the public about that history and related topics.
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Steiner Museum in Oscoda County

1805-1899 Reber Road, Comins, MI 48619, USA

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Michigan Magazine Museum in Oscoda County

4001-4239 Abbe Road, Comins, MI 48619, USA

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Otsego County Historical Society and Museum in Otsego County

300-398 West Mitchell Street, Gaylord, MI 49735, USA

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The Otsego County Historical Museum is located at 320 W. Main Street in Gaylord, Michigan. The Museum is operated by the Otsego County Historical Society. Dates and hours that the Museum is open to the public are listed below. The public is welcome and encouraged to visit the Museum.
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Coopersville Farm Museum in Ottawa County

375 Main St, Coopersville, MI 49404

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The Coopersville Farm Museum is a 501c3 non profit organization that's goal is to educate people on rural culture and life of the past and present. We have many events through the year and there is something for everyone.
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Presque Isle County Museum in Presque Isle County

147-163 West Erie Street, Rogers City, MI 49779, USA

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Great Lakes Lore Maritime Museum in Presque Isle County

310-398 North 3rd Street, Rogers City, MI 49779, USA

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Presque Isle Township Museum in Presque Isle County

4083-4357 East Grand Lake Road, Presque Isle, MI 49777, USA

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Roscommon Area Historical Society and Museum in Roscommon County

101-199 South 2nd Street, Roscommon, MI 48653, USA

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The Roscommon Area Historical Society preserves and protects artifacts and archives from the Roscommon and Higgins Lake Areas. The society maintains its museum in an 1880s-built Gallimore Boarding House that operated from 1904-1931. The rooms are furnished in period style, and exibits depict the history of the area. Richardson School House served community from 1914-1955 and now displays an interior setting with many artifacts from Roscommon and surronding area.

The society’s collections include local artifacts from 1890 forward. This includes a parlor organ and old phonograph player. Archives concentrate on Higgins Lake and Roscommon areas and includes pictures, ledger books dated as early as the 1890s, maps, several written personal memoirs, and 70 oral histories on CDs.

Civilian Conservation Corps Museum in Roscommon County

7251-7389 North Higgins Lake Drive, Roscommon, MI 48653, USA

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Frankenmuth Historical Museum in Saginaw County

613 S Main St, Frankenmuth, MI 48734

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The Frankenmuth Historical Museum offers more than just the historic travels of the original fifteen settlers from Germany to the Saginaw Valley in 1845. Our Museum is an entertaining look at the people, and the motivations of the immigrants who framed the history as well as the future of Frankenmuth. We use hands-on displays, video and audio, and interesting artifacts to tell this fascinating story.
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Sturgis Historical Society Museum in Saint Joseph County

101-199 West Hatch Street, Sturgis, MI 49091, USA

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Schoolcraft Historical Museum in Schoolcraft County

202 Deer Street, Manistique, MI 49854, USA

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Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village in Wayne County

20900 Oakwood, Dearborn, MI 48124, USA

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Spread over more than 90-acres, Greenfield Village comes alive with the unforgettable sights, sounds and settings of Americas past. The Henry Ford is an independent, not-for-profit organization. We depend on ticket purchases, income from our gift shops and restaurants, and tax-deductible contributions and memberships for support.

Dossin Great Lakes Museum in Wayne County

100-112 The Strand, Detroit, MI 48207, USA

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Wayne Historical Museum in Wayne County

35240-35258 Main Street, Wayne, MI 48184, USA

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Edsel and Eleanor Ford House Museum in Wayne County

1040 Lake Shore Road, Grosse Pointe Shores, MI 48236, USA

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Ford-McNichol Home-Wyandotte Museum in Wayne County

2836 Biddle Avenue, Wyandotte, MI 48192, USA

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Belleville Area Museum in Wayne County

381 Main Street, Belleville, MI 48111, USA

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Romulus Historical Museum in Wayne County

11120 Hunt Street, Romulus, MI 48174, USA

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Arab American National Museum in Wayne County

13624 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI 48126

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Documents, preserves, celebrates, and educates the public on the history, life, culture, and contributions of Arab Americans. Serves as a resource to enhance knowledge and understanding about Arab Americans and their presence in this country.
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Plymouth Historical Museum in Wayne County

155 S Main St, Plymouth, MI 48170

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The Plymouth Historical Museum features a 19th-century Victorian recreation of Main Street, tracing the growth of the small town from the railroad depot to the general store. The largest Lincoln collection in the state of Michigan is housed in a separate room off of Main Street. And a Timeline of Plymouth History is the newest permanent exhibit, featuring displays on the Daisy Air Rifle, the Alter Motor Car, World Wars I and II, communication history, and much more.
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Wexford County Historical Society and Museum in Wexford County

100-198 Beech Street, Cadillac, MI 49601, USA

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Out-of towners, locals looking for an afternoon outing, educators planning an enriching field trip... look no further! The Wexford County Historical Society is invested in educating our community, young and old, about our unique history
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Manton Area Historical Museum in Wexford County

101-127 Griswald Street, Manton, MI 49663, USA

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