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  • Alpena City Hall - Alpena

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    The first of the 20th century government buildings built on the Alpena government square was the Alpena City Hall, which was designed by clerk & manager of Bay City and built by Richard Collins of Alpena at a cost of $50. This stately...

  • Alpena Light - Alpena

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    While the Alpena Light may not be a typical lighthouse, it does meet the criteria to be called one. Located at the mouth of the Thunder Bay River, the 80-foot skeletal tower is best viewed from the transient docks at the City of...

  • Alpena Shipwreck Tours - Alpena

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    Experience the Great Lakes and their rich history above and below the waves! Explore the shipwrecks of the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary. The crystal clear waters and our large ''glass bottom'' viewing wells allow you to dive...

  • City of Alpena Heritage Riverwalk - Alpena

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    This historically-oriented walking tour along the Thunder Bay River in downtown Alpena begins at South Riverfront Park (behind the Armory on Water Street), following the river north, crossing over the Ninth Avenue Bridge, then following...

  • Laser Team Challenge-Extreme Laser Tag - Alpena

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    This is laser tag like you have never experienced before! Players divide into two teams and participate in a variety of military-style "missions"...it's like playing a real live video game! Mission Director briefs players on each...

  • St. Bernard Catholic Church - Alpena

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    In 1861, Bishop Frederic Baraga (1797-1868) came from Sault Ste Marie to Alpena where he founded a catholic church, it did not have a resident pastor until 1966 when it was named for St. Bernard, the foundation of the stone structure...

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