Iconic. The cannon blasts, the rifles fire, the soldiers march, and history comes to life.
Michilimackinac 1779. Treasures from the past come to life at this fort and fur trading village.
Have an Adventure. Witness the power of the creek, explore the northern forest, and get closer to nature than ever before on the Adventure Tour.
Made to be Seen. A point in the storm and guiding beacon since 1889. Home of the Straits of Mackinac Shipwreck Museum.
A Time of Change. Featuring the Mackinac Island Native American Museum, the Biddle House explores the continuing story of the Anishnaabek people in northern Michigan.
Be Inspired. Nowhere else does such a rare and exceptional collection of Mackinac-related art and photography come together to tell Mackinac’s story.
Mackinac at Work. See a working blacksmith in this 1950s-era blacksmith shop on Market Street.
Michigan’s First State Park. Come see what’s captivated generations. Includes Arch Rock, Fort Holmes, British Landing, and much, much more.
Michigan’s Second State Park. Home to Colonial Michilimackinac and Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse, and the best view of the Mackinac Bridge available.