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Crooked Tree Arts Center [Historical Site, Art Gallery], 461 E. Mitchell Street, Petoskey, MI 49770, Phone: (231) 347-4337.  We are housed in an historic church and boast two fine art galleries where exhibits are held all year long of local artists and traveling exhibits. There is also a 260 seat theatre that is used by numerous local performing groups including the Little Traverse Civic Theater, Northern Michigan Chorale, Little Traverse Chorale Society and the Petoskey Film Theater. Center programming offers concerts throughout the year by local artists as well as regional and national talent.

Father Marquette Memorial, 760 S. Lakeshore Drive, Ludington, MI 49431, Phone: (231) 845-1277. In the mid 1600's, French missionary and explorer Father Jacques Marquette landed on a narrow dividing Pere Marquette Lake from Lake Michigan. Father Marquette died and was buried on the peninsula in 1675. A monument now marks the site of his death on the south side of the channel. The 2.4 acre site includes 400 feet of frontage on Pere Marquette Lake and a boat launch facility.

First Congregational Church [Historic Site], Historic Site & Marker, 412 4th Street, Manistee, MI 49660, Phone: (231) 723-5361. Designed by farm architect William Le Baron Jenney. This beautiful Romanesque church, built from 1888-92 by wealthy lumber barons contains two Tiffany windows and two windows which were displayed at the 1893 Columbian Exposition and a Nels Johnson tower clock.

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church [Historic Site], 410 Second Street, Manistee, MI 49660, Phone: (231) 723-3634.  The Reverend Richard R. Upjohn of Chicago designed this small Norman style church of rough-hewn limestone and sandstone. This is one of the oldest Manistee churches still holding regular worship services.

Manistee City Fire Station [Historical Site], 281 First Street, Manistee, MI 49660, Phone: (231) 723-1549.  Built in the 1888, the manistee fire station is the oldest continuously operated fire station in the state of Michigan. The station is open to visitors daily.

Old Camp Tosebo Inn [Historic Site], 7228 Miller Road, Manistee, MI 49660, Phone: (269) 561-2420. Old Camp Tosebo Inn sits on 56 wooded acres in a romantic and historical setting. The Clubhouse features eight guest rooms, private and shared baths, large sitting room with fireplace, reading room, game room and large dinning room. Portage Lake beach and hiking paths. Welcome house cottage.

S.S. City of Milwaukee [Historic Site], 111 Arthur Street, (US-31, North), Manistee, MI 49660, Phone: (231) 723-3587. The 360-foot long steamship City of Milwaukee is the last traditional Great Lakes railroad car ferry and was built in 1931. It is now a National Historic Landmark museum permanently moored on Manistee Lake and open to the public. The ship offers guided tours, museum exhibits, gift shop, shipboard bed & breakfast, special events, facility rentals, volunteer opportunities, and the acclaimed "Ghost Ship" haunted house in October. Alongside the ship there is marina slips and shore-side lodging. Educational programming for groups and schools is available on and off site.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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