Official Mackinaw City Chamber of Tourism

Mackinaw City
Attractions

Many opportunities await you in Mackinaw City! Explore the historical Mackinac parks, take a ferry to timeless Mackinac Island, or enjoy everything downtown Mackinaw City has to offer.

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Algoma Central Railway - Agawa Canyon Train
Algoma Central Railway - Agawa Canyon Train
129 Bay St.
Sault Ste Marie, MI 0
705-946-7300
One day wilderness rail excursions to Agawa Canyon. Travel 114 miles north of Sault Ste. Marie over towering trestles, alongside pristine northern lakes and rivers and through awesome granite rock formations of the Canadian Shield. Located an hour north of Mackinaw City.
Tags: Landmark
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Mackinac Island Carriage Tours, Inc.
Mackinac Island Carriage Tours, Inc.Mackinac Island Carriage Tours, Inc.
7278 Main St
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
906-847-3307
Prepare yourself for a tour like no other! What you will experience is by far the most enjoyable and authentic way to view the island. Keep in mind there are no set departure times. You will be on the next available carriage Approximate tour time: 1 hour & 45 minutes. Tickets may be purchased on-site or at the front desk of mainland hotels.
Hours of Operation (Seasonal May-Oct):
  • Pet Friendly
  • Historical Tour
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Colonial Michilimackinac
Colonial MichilimackinacColonial Michilimackinac
P.O. Box 873
Mackinac City, MI 49701
231-436-4100
Reconstructed 1715 French fur-trading village and military outpost, later occupied by British military and traders. Today features re-enactments from British 1770s occupation/American Revolution era. National Historic Landmark. Accredited by American Association of Museums.
Hours of Operation (Seasonal May-Oct):
  • Historical Attraction
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    Fort Mackinac
    Fort MackinacFort Mackinac
    P.O. Box 370
    Mackinac Island, MI 49757
    906-847-3328
    Accurately, professionally restored 18th and 19th century British and U.S. military outpost with 14 original historic buildings. National Historic Landmark founded in 1780. Abandoned by the military, the fort became part of Michigan's first state park, Mackinac Island State Park, in 1895. From 1875-1895 it was America's second national park, Mackinac National Park, after Yellowstone. Accredited by the American Association of Museums. Open daily, mid-May to mid-Oct.
    Hours of Operation (Seasonal May-Oct):
    • Take Ferry
    • Pet Friendly
    • Historical Attraction
    • Historical Tour
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    Historic Downtown Mackinac Island
    Historic Downtown Mackinac IslandHistoric Downtown Mackinac Island
    P.O. Box 370
    Mackinac Island, MI 49757
    906-847-3328
    Once the hub of the bustling fur trade, Mackinac Island served as a commercial depot for half a century of fur trappers and traders.
    • Take Ferry
    • Historical Attraction
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    Historic Mill Creek
    Historic Mill CreekHistoric Mill Creek
    P.O. Box 873
    Mackinaw City, MI 47901
    231-436-4100
    Originally constructed by Scotsman Robert Campbell in the 1780s, Historic Mill Creek is one of the first industrial sites in the Great Lakes. A reconstructed 18th century water-powered sawmill is nestled in a 625-acre wooded setting with nature trails and forest management displays. Accredited by the American Association of Museums. Open daily mid-May through September.
    Hours of Operation (Seasonal May-Oct):
    • Pet Friendly
    • Historical Attraction
    • Historical Tour
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    Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum
    Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime MuseumIcebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum
    131 South Huron Avenue
    Mackinaw City, MI 49701
    231-436-9825
    USCG ICEBREAKER MACKINAW WAGB-83 "An American Hero Story". "The Queen of the Great Lakes" was built as part of the war effort during World War II to meet the heavy demands of war materials and transportation during the winter months. Decommissioned in 2006, she now resides at her namesake home of Mackinaw City, Michigan, and is open for public tours and group events. Visit the Mess Deck, Engine Room, offices and more and hear the story of the Mackinaw's 62-year career breaking ice on the Great Lakes and serving as a goodwill ambassador throughout the region.
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    Mackinac Bridge
    Mackinac BridgeMackinac Bridge
    Mackinac Bridge
    Mackinaw City, MI 49701
    The Mackinac Bridge is the one of the world's most beautiful bridges and the longest suspension bridge in the Americas, with a total length of 8,614 feet suspended. It is currently the third longest suspension bridge in the world .
    Tags: Landmark
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    Mackinac State Historic Parks
    Mackinac State Historic ParksMackinac State Historic Parks
    P.O. Box 873
    Mackinaw City, MI 49701
    231-436-4100
    Mackinac State Historic Parks - Experience Mackinac's Family Adventure! Explore and enjoy Fort Mackinac on Mackinac Island and Colonial Michilimackinac, Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse, and Mill Creek Discovery Park in Mackinaw City. Open Daily from early May through mid-October.
    • Historical Attraction
    • Historical Tour
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    Mackinaw City Municipal Marina
    Mackinaw City Municipal Marina
    107 S. Huron
    Mackinaw City, MI 49701
    231-436-5269
    In the heart of downtown. Transient & seasonal dockage, gas, oil, diesel, pump-out, water, 30 & 50 amp power, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry room, launch ramp. Picnic/grilling area & ice. Next to marine
    Tags: Landmark
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    Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse
    Old Mackinac Point LighthouseOld Mackinac Point Lighthouse
    P.O. Box 873
    Mackinaw City, MI 49701
    231-436-4100
    Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse is just east of the Colonial Michilimackinac Visitor's Center in Mackinaw City near the south end of the Mackinac Bridge. Take Exit 339 off northbound I-75, turn left at Nicolet and right on Huron. The Lighthouse Information Center is in the 1907 Fog Signal House, a small brick building east of Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse. Its steam-powered horn steered ships clear from shore in fog and darkness. The Mackinac Island State Park Commission purchased the Fog Signal House, a barn, and the lighthouse in 1960. Visitors toured exhibits there from 1972-1988.
    Hours of Operation (Seasonal May-Oct):
    • Historical Attraction
    • Historical Tour
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