A national historic landmark, this museum interprets the rich archaeology and history of a 17th century Huron Indian village, Marquette's French Jesuit Mission, and local Ojibwa (Chippewa) Indian traditions and contemporary culture. Exhibits, continuous videos, and live demonstrations by nature interpreters all help visitors explore this exciting chapter of the straits area history. This unique gift shop features an outstanding selection of authentic, locally-made Certified Native American art, crafts and gift items, and has the area's largest selection of native books. Located inside the Museum of Ojibwa Culture. Open Memorial Day weekend to early December or by appointment.
500 North State Street
Saint Ignace, MI 49781
Reservations: (906) 643-6076
Phone: (906) 643-9161
Fax: (906) 643-9380
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