209 E. Portage Ave., Sault Ste Marie Michigan 49783
Located on East Portage Avenue, exhibit galleries chronicle more than 8,000 years of St. Mary's River history. The river valley's development is traced from the Anishnabeg (Chippewa) Indians through the lucrative 18th century French fur trade to modern industrial and environmental issues. An audio system recreates such sounds of history as the excavation of locks and canals that brought maritime commerce to the river in the mid-19th century.
Open Monday through Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday noon-5pm in May through October.
Other History nearby:
(Bruce Mines) Bruce Mines Museum
(Whitefish Point) Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
(Sault Ste Marie) River of History Museum
(Thessalon) Thessalon Heritage Park Museum
(Sault Ste Marie) Tower of History
10/26 Coming to The Sault Ste Marie area
MorelFest Boyne City MI May16-19 Each May, Boyne City fills with hundreds of mushroom lovers from around the country who come seeking that elusive delicacy-the marvelous morel.
Charlevoix Venetian Festival Charlevoix MI July20-27 What began as a simple candle-lit boat parade has grown into a week-long flurry of color and pageantry that highlights the summer season and attracts tens of thousands of visitors.
Mackinac Island Festival of the Horse Mackinac Island MI August8-11 Mackinac Island Carriage and Saddle Horse Parade, the Breeds of Mackinac presentation, musical kurs featuring the beautiful Friesians, lectures on the role of the horse in Mackinac's history.