5 Art Galleries in Mackinac County That You Shouldn't Miss

June 22, 2021 Diedre Savory

Discover the best top things to do in Mackinac County, United States including The Erickson Center for the Arts, Maeve's Arts, Fort de Baude Museum, Voyageur Trading Post, John Herbon Pottery.

1. The Erickson Center for the Arts

N9426 Saw-Wa-Quato St, Curtis, MI 49820 +1 906-586-9974 http://www.ericksoncenter.org/
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5.0 based on 5 reviews

The Erickson Center for the Arts

2. Maeve's Arts

7463 Market St, Mackinac Island, MI 49757-5172 +1 906-847-3755 https://www.facebook.com/Maeves-Arts-482616811943673/
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Maeve's Arts

Maeve's Art is an Art Gallery featuring reknowned oil painter Maeve Croghan's Luminous Oil Nature Paintings of Mackinac Island, the Upper Peninsula, Canada, California, Tuscany and other beautiful locations. Maeve's paintings are collected worldwide and have been shown in many Museum Showings. The Gallery also shows local ceramics and jewelry, as well as other eclectic hand de artisan items.

Reviewed By 712HeatherR - Ithaca, United States

Stop in to this little place and be wowed by the beautiful paintings and other works of art! Very delightful, glad we ventured in!

3. Fort de Baude Museum

334 N State St, Saint Ignace, MI 49781-1425 +1 906-643-6627 [email protected] http://MichMackHS.org
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Fort de Baude Museum

Boasting an impresive collection, the Fort de Buade museum houses items spanning more than 17,000 years, including Native Amerian artifacts, Colt firearems, and the enigmatic Newberry Stones. Every history buff will find something to pique their interest. Located within the museum is the McKenney & Hall Gallery, a stunning showcase featuring digtal imiages of Native American dignitaries from the early 1800s who visited Washington D.C. The oil portraits were destroyed by fire in 1865, but thanks to the foresight of Thomas McKenney, head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs at that time, lithographs had been created and preserved the images for the future. The complete set of copies of 120 portraits hang in the gallery. Admission to museum is by donation. Visit our webpage for current events and hours of operation and current . Tour groups welcome by appointment. Fort de Buade Museum is owned and operated by the Michilimackinac Historical Society

4. Voyageur Trading Post

395 N State St, Saint Ignace, MI 49781-1424 +1 906-298-2194 [email protected] http://Www.voyageurtradingpost.com
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4.5 based on 13 reviews

Voyageur Trading Post

5. John Herbon Pottery

99 Stockbridge St, Saint Ignace, MI 49781-1217 +1 303-898-0192
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