Mackinaw Area Heritage Village

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Facility:Mackinaw Area Heritage Village
Description:The Heritage Village, operated by the Mackinaw Area Historical Society, portrays life in the Straits area from 1880 - 1917. Half and full day programs are offered. Docents interpret the facilities, which include a one-room school, Mackinaw City's original pestilence house, a sawmill, an 1880's church, a wigwam, and a historic farm in the early stages of restoration. Two of their buildings are heated with wood-burning stoves and we have modern outhouses. Electricity can be provided.

The village has a covered picnic pavilion which can be used for eating or other activities that need tables and benches. There is a fire pit if you wish to cook over an open fire. Wide open spaces for active games and an interpreted nature trail for some outdoor studies are also available.
A D D R E S S
Address 1:1425 West Central Avenue
Address 2:P. O. Box 999
City:Mackinaw City
State/Province:MI
Zip Code:49701
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:Field trip by reservation. Open 7 days a week. Docent tours Sat, Sun, Mon: 1 to 5 PM
Admission:$5.00 per student. Adult chaperones are free
Telephone:(231) 436-5351
Website:Visit Website
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