Historic Sites

  • Michigan attractions are full of history. From bridges to battlegrounds, lighthouses to mansions, museums to maritime military theaters. Michigan attractions have it all. 
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  • 1839 Courthouse Museum - Berrien Springs

    Greek Revival buildings, like the 1839 Courthouse, emulated the architecture of ancient Greece with the large columns, triangular pediment and white paint on Berrien County’s temple of justice. Completed in 1839, Berrien County’s Greek...

  • Acorn Theater of Three Oaks - Three Oaks

    Talent reaches from New York to Hollywood and brings a new dimension to entertainment and the arts in Harbor Country, traditional to the avant garde.

  • Adeline Simms Grave Site at Range Light Park - Presque Isle

    Adeline Simms was the wife of the first lighthouse keeper at Old Range Lighthouse. She died and was buried with a Masonic emblem on her tombstone. Legend has it that the local Masons were having a meeting in the rear range light. ...

  • Adrian Center for the arts - ADRIAN

    Adrian Center for the Arts provides arts education and the resources to help facilitate creative endeavors for people of all ages. We provide a large fellowship of passionate artists and volunteers who enrich and cultivate an...

  • Alan Robandt Antique, Vintage, and Modern - Buchanan

    Since 1988, Alan Robandt has offered cutting edge, well curated, antique, vintage, and modern furnishings, and style from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Specializing in mirrors, lighting, and accessories, new finds arrive weekly...

  • Albion College - Albion

    Founded in 1835, this highly respected liberal arts college has an enrollment of 1,850. A Michigan Historic Site, Albion College is the birthplace of the "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi." Walk this picturesque campus and see the Bobbitt Visual...

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