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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  • Ardmore Park Place - St. Clair Shores

    Ardmore Park Place is one of the oldest and most prestige’s structures in St. Clair Shores. Experience a quaint dining experience and browse an array of shops. Dinner and lunch are served in the charming historic Ardmore Café. Be sure...

  • Armando's Restaurant & The Douglass Saloon - Houghton

    Breakfast, lunch and dinner in a century old atmosphere. Saloon is listed on state and national historical registers. Open from 7 am to 9 pm Monday - Thursday & Sunday. From 7 am to 10 pm on Friday & Saturdays and 8 am to 9 pm on major...

  • Art House - Detroit

    Art House is an 1872 Gothic Revival home located in an historic neighborhood in downtown Detroit. Its original interiors have been preserved, and since 1981 it has served as a center for art and architectural study and a tour...

  • Augusta Covered Bridge - Augusta

    Built in 1973, Augusta Creek Bridge is one of West Michigan's newest covered bridges. Originally built by Doug Carrigan, today the 32-foot long covered bridge is open to the public near the entrance to the W.K. Kellogg Forest. The...

  • Babcock House - Manistee

    On October 8, 1871, the same day as the Great Chicago Fire and fires throughout the Midwest, more than half of the city of Manistee burned. Within a year, the wooden buildings that had been destroyed were replaced by brick structures,...

  • Bammert Blacksmith Shop Museum - Phoenix

    Donated to the Society in 1998 by the grandsons of blacksmith Amos Bammert, the shop was built in the 1880s at the Cliff Mine location and moved to Phoenix in about 1906. Amos, born in 1863, operated the shop until his death in 1940....

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