The archaeology program at Colonial Michilimackinac has taken place every summer since 1959, making it one of the longest ongoing archaeological digs in North America.
Over 1,000,000 artifacts have been recovered since 1959. Learn about some of the pieces recovered from Michilimackinac.
Since 2007 archaeologists have been working at the Southeast Rowhouse, House E. Learn about some of the interesting finds here.
Archaeology played a key role in the development of Historic Mill Creek.
Take a virtual tour of some of the artifacts recovered from Historic Mill Creek.
While three of the four buildings at Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse are original, extensive archaeological excavations have taken place at the lighthouse surrounding the barn and warehouse
Fort Mackinac retains the historic buildings standing when the army decommissioned it in 1895, but various archaeological excavations have happened at and around the fort.
Take a virtual tour of the artifacts recovered from work done at Fort Mackinac.
Archaeology has been carried out within Mackinac Island State Park since the 1960s, including at Wawashkamo Golf Club, site of the 1814 battle.
Learn more about the two major excavations that took place in the downtown area of Mackinac Island.