From: New Buffalo Railroad Museum
530 S. Whittaker Street
New Buffalo, MI 49117-1739
New Buffalo Railroad Museum tour conductors guide groups along a leisurely stroll of New Buffalo, showcasing historical points of interest and bringing the past to life by relating the tales of ancestors who contributed to the City. Learn where the first doctor's house still stands, which building housed Michigan Bell phone operators, and how large fires changed the landscape. The narrative excursions encompass the historical sites designated by New Buffalo's Historical Plaques and uncovers other interesting places with a story to tell. The one hour, 1.5 mile circular tour will begin and return at the Museum site. Group size will be limited to enhance the intimacy of the experience. A donation is appreciated. Reservations recommended.