Regional North America United States Michigan Arts and Entertainment Architecture Historic Buildings
An historic building in Michigan is a publicly or privately owned building or structure that is significant in the history, architecture, archaeology, engineering, or culture of Michigan or a community within Michigan, or of the United States.
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Alden B. Dow Home, Studio and Archives
Home of the architect and a National Historic Landmark in Midland, Michigan. Includes information on tours, research opportunities, historical information and related links.
A National Historic Landmark, site contains history of the theater as well as current information about events and tickets.
Mackinac Island. The world's largest summer hotel since 1887. Placed on the National Register in 1989.
The Henry Ford Estate
This National Historic Landmark at Fair Lane, Dearborn preserves, collects, restores, interprets and manages the estate. Includes history, tour, gift shop, and maps.
Michigan Barn Preservation Network
An organization promoting appreciation, preservation and rehabilitation of Michigan barns, farmsteads and rural communities.
Mine Shafts of Michigan
Historic and contemporary photographs from Michigan Technological University of mine shaft structures from Copper Country copper mines and Iron Range mines.
Norton Mound Group
Grand Rapids vicinity. This is one of the best preserved Hopewellian burial centers in the country and one of the most important archaeological sites in Michigan.
Waterford Township Historical Society
Dedicated to restoring, preserving and conserving the history and artifacts of Waterford. Presents history through exhibits in the Hatchery House, log cabin, Blain Playhouse, and the Grand Trunk Caboose.
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