Discover what life was like for pioneers and natives; plus, costumed interpreters and unique artifacts help tell the story of how Michigan joined the United States. This year, we honor the 180th birthday of the Great Lakes State at the Michigan History Museum Statehood Day Celebration, January 28, 2017.More about the event
Come experience the beautiful 1.25 mile lantern-lit snowshoe trail and enjoy an enchanted evening of fun in the snow.
Participants will be able to cross-country ski or snowshoe a groomed trail illuminated by candlelight. A bonfire and light refreshments will be part of the fun.
See Michigan's old-growth white pine forest under a blanket of deep snow! Pre-registration required. Grayling.
The museum tells the story of the state's iron mining industry and the people who have worked in it.
Explore shipwrecks in real time via live video feeds and learn how underwater archaeologists work to preserve historic shipwrecks.
Over 80 percent of Mackinac Island is within Mackinac Island State Park—free of charge and open year round—where you'll discover the true natural gems of Mackinac.
Lansing has served as Michigan's seat of state government since its completion in 1879. The Michigan capitol was the first of three state capitols designed by Elijah E. Myers.