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Marquette Regional History Center 

We believe the preservation of the cultural and physical history of our area brings an understanding to the past and present, and provides a guide for the future. The Marquette Regional History Center not only maintains exhibits, artifacts and a research library, it is a forum for engaging the community and creating links between people. 

Location:  145 W Spring St, Marquette, MI 49855

Contact: (906) 226-3571  



These, along with many other of my creations, can be found at Lakenenland Sculpture Park, 15 miles east of Marquette, MI on highway M-28, across from Shot Point Road. You may also find it along the snowmobile trail #417. If you are in the area, I hope you'll stop and check it out. It's open free to the public. 

Location: 2800 M-28, Marquette, MI 49855

Contact:  (906) 249-1132


DeVos Art Museum 

The DeVos Art Museum enhances the mission of Northern Michigan University through exhibitions and programs that engage creative culture across campus, local and regional communities. 

Location: 1401 Presque Isle Ave, Marquette, MI 49855

Contact:  (906) 227-2235 


Moosewood Nature Center 

The Beaumier Upper Peninsula Heritage Center is a historical museum and educational facility on the campus of Northern Michigan University. The mission of the U.P. Heritage Center is to promote and preserve the history and culture of the Upper Peninsula through an active slate of exhibitions and engaging public programs for the whole region. The center also collects and preserves artifacts related to the history of Northern Michigan University. The center maintains a gallery in Gries Hall and several other displays throughout campus.


Marquette Maritime Museum 

Marquette Maritime Museum’s mission is to preserve, protect and promote the maritime history of Marquette, Lake Superior and the Great Lakes and to remember the sacrifices of our submarine veterans. 

Location: 300 Lake Shore Blvd, Marquette, MI 49855

Contact:  (906) 226-2006


Upper Peninsula Children's Museum

The Museum offers a variety of exciting programs and exhibits that engage thousands of families form across the region and around the globe each year. There is plenty to explore, so begin you adventure...

Located in historic Marquette along the shores of Lake Superior in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula, the Museum is a hands-on exploratory learning environment designed by kids for FUN! 

Location: 123 W Baraga Ave, Marquette, MI 49855

Contact:  (906) 226-3911 


Central Upper Peninsula & NMU Archives

The Central Upper Peninsula Archives inspire scholarship and creativity by partnering with our University community as teachers and curators of information in a supportive, collaborative environment.

Location: 126 Harden Hall

Contact: 906-227-1225 

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