Nice little stop in St Ignace, informative museum and free exhibits. Cool gift shop and cute park too.
Admissions to this museum is FREE, donations greatly appreciated. Allow about an hour to view videos, exhibits, and shop. Entrance is through the store, where all products are Native-crafted (though not necessarily Ojibwa). Beautiful little porcupine quill baskets are a highlight. The museum traces the history of the Ojibwa culture, especially in the area around the Straits of Mackinac, and... More
I really liked the great visual time line history, not at all boring and very nicely displayed. Beautiful native crafts but most were too expensive for me though I'm sure they are worth every penny. They also had a walking tour that I wish we'd had time to enjoy.
My 5 yr old and I stumbled upon this great little museum on a recent vacation. The attendant was awesome and shared so much about the museum and art work. My daughter is of Maya Indian heritage so she loved learning about native Americans. It's a great educational visit and must see. Loved the teepee!
I happened upon this just driving by wanting something to do that wouldn't take long. The lady inside was friendly and explained some of the history of the building, formerly a church, and told me to go in and take my time. They don't chage admission but appreciate donations. It was well worth going in and wandering around. There is... More
This is a small museum, but it has a little something for everyone. It helped me understand patterns of settlement in this part of Michigan, interactions between several tribes, and Father Marquette's role in the area. The archaeological artifacts were especially intriguing. The museum is free, and accepts donations. When I first arrived, there was a volunteer or staff member... More
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