Historic Downtown in Mackinac Island, MI

Fort St Mackinac Island, MI 49757
Once the hub of the bustling furs trade, Mackinac Island served as a hotspot for retail purposes for decades upon decades of trapping enthusiasts looking to sell furs and more. Today, it hosts re-enactments from British 1770s occupation and the American Revolution era. A National Historic Landmark, Historic Downtown is accredited by American Association of Museums.

Today, in the downtown area of the island, you can take a self-guided venture inside five historic buildings Mackinac Island Historic Downtown Buildings include the Dr. Beaumont Museum/1820 American Fur Company Store, Biddle House, the Blacksmith Shop, McGulpin House and Mission Church that were part of the early 19th booming industry. Experience a mix of fascinating history, interactive displays and memorable artistic workshops.

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