This historic village is the largest collection of authentically restored pioneer log buildings in Michigan. The six individual museums include a pioneer home, general store, one room school, chapel, barn and a blacksmith shop. They were originally built between 1875 and 1900 and moved to this site from elsewhere around Huron County, Michigan, in the 1980s. Each contain period artifacts and antiques that let the visitor step back in time and look into this area’s past. The last Sunday in June each year is Log Cabin Day in Michigan and is a special event at the Bad Axe village. The village is open Sunday afternoons from 2pm to 4pm during the summer months between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Admission is free.