St. Ignace is a hub of olden Michigan history. Any Northern Michigan vacation in the Upper Peninsula would be incomplete without some stops at the city’s various historic landmarks and institutions. These St. Ignace attractions include some of the most comprehensive cultural chronicles in the state.
334 N. State St. | 906.643.6627
Fort De Buade Museum showcases a large collection of Native American items from the pre-contact era, including military equipment and trade items.
18335 N. Whitefish Point Rd. | 906.492.3747
The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum commemorates famous shipwrecks in Lake Superior. The museum is positioned near the Whitefish Point Light Station, the oldest lighthouse on Lake Superior.
2186 Shunk Rd. | 906.632.0530
From gaming to fine dining to live entertainment, Kewadin Casino has everything you need for a fun-filled, adults-only evening.
275 Marquette St. | 906.643.8676
The Little Bear East Arena & Community Center is the home of the St. Ignace Recreation Center. The Center offers spaces for several athletic activities including walking, baseball, soccer, hockey, and more. The Center can also be booked for weddings, meetings, concerts, and other receptions.
500 N. State St. | 906.643.9161
The Museum of Ojibwa Culture covers the intersection of Ojibwa, Huron, and French customs in the 1670s. The exhibits give a peek into the lifestyles of all three cultures.
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