The flagship of the Michigan History Museum System, the Michigan History Museum offers you Michigan's rich past, from the time of the state's earliest peoples to the late 20th century. The museum's five floors provide a walk through time, beginning with Michigan's first people's, the Anishinaabe, and ending in the mid-20th century. Yearly special exhibitions provide a deeper look at Michigan history topics.
Take a virtual tour of the museum, courtesy of Able Eyes.
The Michigan History Museum is located in the Michigan Library and Historical Center building in downtown Lansing.
At the center of the building is a white pine surrounded by a glass sculpture fountain.
A two-story relief map of Michigan is featured on the museums's second floor.
The museum offers guided tours for school children and adults