Historical Sightseeing Tour on the Mackinaw Trolley
The Mackinaw area is among the most historic and beautiful areas of Michigan, and you will definitely want to take some time to get to know more about the area with the Historical Sightseeing Tour offered by the Mackinaw Trolley Company while you are visiting the area.
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Appropriate for All Ages
Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
Group Prices Available
- Ages 13 and Up: $22.00
- Ages 5-12: $5.00
- Ages 0-4: $0.00
On the Historical Sightseeing Tour, you can sit back and relax in the comfortable trolley car as you are led through the streets of town. The trolley will take you by such famous landmarks as the Old Mackinaw Point Lighthouse, the Mackinac Bridge, the Train and Car Ferry Docks, and many other popular attractions. There are also two scheduled stops on the tour, including Castle Rock and the Ojibwa Museum. Admission to these two attractions is included in the tour, and you will provided with time to explore these areas fully. Throughout the tour, you will enjoy interesting narration that gives you great insight into the culture and history of the area. Space is limited on the Historical Sightseeing Tour, so reserve your space today!
- Fort Michilimackinac Area - Constructed by the French in 1714-1715 for fur trade and European expansion of the upper Great Lakes.
- Old Mackinaw Point Lighthouse - Spectacular 1892 Lighthouse with a beautiful background and intriguing history.
- Train and Car Ferry Docks - Ferries take off from these docks on which trains and cars travel to-and-from the Mackinac City.
- The Mackinac Bridge - As the third longest suspension bridge in the world, this structure connects the Upper and Lower Peninsulas of Michigan.
- Father Marquette's Mission and Grave Site - Two historical sites located at St. Ignace.
- Ojibwa Museum - Displays the culture of the Ojibwa Indians, the significance of the French Contact Period, and the rich archaeology of the area.
- Castle Rock - A limestone stack eroded by wind and water to form a 200' "castle" above Lake Huron.