This is by donation. Located in a former church, There is the grave of Father Marquette along with fountain, flower gardens and benches to relax outside. Inside you begin in the gift shop (books, crafts, gifts, jewelry mostly made by native american and purchases support the museum) and there is a kids craft area. Although very small, the displays are just as professional as large city natural history museums. A must stop for families to learn about the history of the local natives and history of the area. Outside they have a large wigwam. It looks like they have lots of space to expand in the future. If you have time for only one thing on your way thru St. ignace this should be it!
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