Towering dramatically along the shore of Lake Superior lies one of Michigan's most awe-inspiring natural wonders - Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. This breathtaking landscape of multicolored sandstone cliffs, hidden beaches, cascading waterfalls, and ancient caves has captivated visitors for centuries with its raw beauty.
This mysterious cave is located within Mackinac Island State Park and exists as a reminder of the areas history. Not only is the landmark of an ancient lake, it also housed the remains of Native Americans from centuries ago.
One of Midland’s most historic Victorian homes is a beautifully restored museum known as the Bradley House. Standing near the banks of the Tittabawassee River, the home boasts over a century of history and stories of the growth of the city. Tours explore the inside of the home as well as life in the area at the time of its construction.
Standing just a few hundred yards south of the 45th Parallel, Mission Point Lighthouse is a unique beacon on the shores of Grand Traverse Bay. Guided tours are available of this lighthouse and there are even seasonal opportunities to volunteer and be a lightkeeper at the station!
Created from the shell of an old railway depot, this museum now embraces the past of one of the city’s most famous residents, Thomas Alva Edison. This unique museum follows the journey of young Edison’s life from his beginning years in Milan, Ohio to his family’s relocation to Port Huron. Get ready to step back in time at the Thomas Edison Depot Museum located in Port Huron, Michigan. As you venture through the first few decades of Edison’s life, learn of the struggles and achievements he experienced.
Towering over 110 feet into the air stands this historic lighthouse known as the New Presque Isle Light. Since 1870, this beacon has stood on the shore of Lake Huron casting a glimpse of light 22 miles into the distance to guide navigating ships.