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Special Events

    July

  • Michigan Governor's Summer Residence Tours

    Wednesday, July 8

    Explore the Governor's Summer Residence on Mackinac Island each Wednesday from June 3 to August 26. Built in 1902 as a private summer cottage by Lawrence A. Young, it has served as the Governor's summer Residence since 1945. The residence was listed in the Michigan Register of Historic ...

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  • Michigan Governor's Summer Residence Tours

    Wednesday, July 15

    Explore the Governor's Summer Residence on Mackinac Island each Wednesday from June 3 to August 26. Built in 1902 as a private summer cottage by Lawrence A. Young, it has served as the Governor's summer Residence since 1945. The residence was listed in the Michigan Register of Historic ...

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  • Michigan Governor's Summer Residence Tours

    Wednesday, July 22

    Explore the Governor's Summer Residence on Mackinac Island each Wednesday from June 3 to August 26. Built in 1902 as a private summer cottage by Lawrence A. Young, it has served as the Governor's summer Residence since 1945. The residence was listed in the Michigan Register of Historic ...

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  • Vintage Base Ball

    Saturday, July 25

    A vintage game of “base ball” as it was meant to be played, barehanded and by gentlemen’s rules on the old Fort Mackinac ball field behind Fort Mackinac, the oldest continually used ball field in Michigan! Learn an old-fashioned cheer, watch players fined for smoking cigars on the field, and ...

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  • Michigan Governor's Summer Residence Tours

    Wednesday, July 29

    Explore the Governor's Summer Residence on Mackinac Island each Wednesday from June 3 to August 26. Built in 1902 as a private summer cottage by Lawrence A. Young, it has served as the Governor's summer Residence since 1945. The residence was listed in the Michigan Register of Historic ...

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  • Candlelight Tours at Fort Mackinac

    Wednesday, July 29

    Experience Fort Mackinac’s 115 year history by candlelight. Walk through the beginnings of the fort during the American Revolution, through the War of 1812, fur trade era, and until the end of the soldier occupation during the Victorian era.  Visit ...


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  • August

  • Michigan Governor's Summer Residence Tours

    Wednesday, August 5

    Explore the Governor's Summer Residence on Mackinac Island each Wednesday from June 3 to August 26. Built in 1902 as a private summer cottage by Lawrence A. Young, it has served as the Governor's summer Residence since 1945. The residence was listed in the Michigan Register of Historic ...

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  • Candlelight Tours of Fort Mackinac

    Saturday, August 8

    Experience Fort Mackinac’s 115 year history by candlelight. Walk through the beginnings of the fort during the American Revolution, through the War of 1812, fur trade era, and until the end of the soldier occupation during the Victorian era.  Visit ...


    Learn More >

  • Michigan Governor's Summer Residence Tours

    Wednesday, August 12

    Explore the Governor's Summer Residence on Mackinac Island each Wednesday from June 3 to August 26. Built in 1902 as a private summer cottage by Lawrence A. Young, it has served as the Governor's summer Residence since 1945. The residence was listed in the Michigan Register of Historic ...

    Learn More >

  • Michigan Governor's Summer Residence Tours

    Wednesday, August 26

    Explore the Governor's Summer Residence on Mackinac Island each Wednesday from June 3 to August 26. Built in 1902 as a private summer cottage by Lawrence A. Young, it has served as the Governor's summer Residence since 1945. The residence was listed in the Michigan Register of Historic ...

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  • October

  • Fort Fright

    Friday, October 9

    Explore the wooden palisade of Fort Michilimackinac at twilight and experience the legends and lore of the Native Americans, French Canadians, and British who called this home. Last admission is at 8:30 p.m.

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  • Fort Fright

    Saturday, October 10

    Explore the wooden palisade of Fort Michilimackinac at twilight and experience the legends and lore of the Native Americans, French Canadians, and British who called this home. Last admission is at 8:30 p.m.

    Learn More >