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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  • 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....

  • Barryton Area Museum - Barryton

    Come visit a one room schoolhouse with an attached museum. We have many historical items on display including cameras, hand tools, sleigh, organs and pictures of the area. Open weekends only from 1 to 4pm. May 1st to October 1st tours...

  • Bartlett-Travis House - Canton

    Architecturally, the Bartlett-Travis House is a great example of the homes of its time as well as the architectural progress that has been made. Originally constructed in 1838 in Greek Revival style with post and beam construction....

  • Bay City Players - Bay City

    The oldest, continuously operating community theater in Michigan, The Bay City Players is a volunteer-based community theater dedicated to providing high quality theatrical experiences for the entertainment, education and enrichment of...

  • Bay County Historical Museum - Bay City

    The museum, which offers an extensive research library and several feature galleries, is located in a former 1910 National Guard Armory, listed on the state and national historic registers. Two permanent galleries, "Bay County…Trails...

  • Bear Cave & Resort - Buchanan

    Campsites includes 70 hookups, five tent sites and ten park models rentals. Bear Cave is the only cavern in the Great Lakes area. It was formed in “tufa rock” which is a secondary limestone. It is estimated that this particular bed of...

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