Museums

  • A visit to Michigan's art, science and history museums surround us with brilliance, enlightens us and gives us a richer appreciation for the world around us. So let's have a look at the work of the masters. Let's see the stories of our ancestors. And let's learn first-hand what we've only read about because coming away with more than we arrived with is Pure Michigan.
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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...

  • A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum - Houghton

    Since its inception in 1902, the A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum has housed one of the premiere crystal collections in North America and has showcased the world's finest display of minerals from Michigan's famous Lake Superior Copper...

  • Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers IQhub - St. Johns

    Opening Fall 2014. The IQhub at Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers is a center for agricultural history, innovation, and exploration. Home to exhibits chronicling the advancement of agriculture from before the pilgrims set foot in the...

  • Air Zoo - Portage

    The Air Zoo is a highly charged, multi-sensory atmosphere that goes beyond anything you've ever seen. It's like no place else on Earth. Voted the "Best Place to Take Out-of-Towners" and "Best Place to Spend a Day with Your Family"...

  • Albert L. Lorenzo Cultural Center - Clinton Township

    Macomb County's place for discovery, the Lorenzo Cultural Center offers something for everyone. Macomb Community College has transformed the landscape of cultural experiences available in our community. The Lorenzo Cultural Center...

  • Alberta Village Museum - L'Anse

    This unique Village with it's sawmill was built by Henry Ford in the midst of his Northern Forest holdings. It was to become one of his Village Industries, which were common in Lower Michigan. We have Henry Ford's first home built for...

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