The Cheboygan County History Center

The Cheboygan County History Center

Come and explore the rich history of the Cheboygan area at the Cheboygan County Historical Museum Complex. Located at Huron and Court Streets in Cheboygan, the County Seat, the complex consists of five buildings four of which house artifacts and historic exhibits of the past, along with beautiful flowering gardens and the Memorial Rose Garden. The buildings in the complex include: Settlers Log Cabin originally located on Burt Lake in a local Indian Village, the Cheboygan County Sheriff residence constructed in 1882, the old Jail, attached to the Sheriff's quarters and built in about 1912, the decorative Cement Block Garage built in the 1940s, and Spies Heritage Hall, an exhibit hall where the lumbering, maritime, general store and schoolroom exhibits were expanded and moved to.

Historical Society of Cheboygan County

Contact Information


427 Court Street

P.O. Box 5005

Cheboygan, MI 49721

Driving Directions

Phone: (231) 627-9597


Location of The Cheboygan County History Center

Map of Michigan