Marquette Mission Park & the Museum of Ojibwa Culture
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500-566 North State Street
St. Ignace, MI 49781
Explore the exciting first chapter of Upper Great Lakes history!
The city operated park and museum portray a vivid picture of Straits of Mackinac life over 300 years ago, when Ojibwa, Huron, Odawa and French lifestyles met at this protected bay.
- Woodland Indian Culture & Traditions
- Michigan Registered Historic Site
- Significant Archaeological Site
- National Historic Landmark
- French Jesuit Mission
- Ongoing Video Presentation
- Museum Store featuring Certified Native art
Museum Exhibits show Ojibwa Indian culture and traditions, the French contact period, and the site’s rich archaeology. Outdoor exhibits and a long ouse help to explain Huron Indian life here. Marquette Mission Park quietly memorializes the famous Jesuit priest Jacques Marquette, who established a mission here in 1671.
Memorial Weekend to late June, Monday through Saturday, 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM, Sunday 10AM to 5PM
Late June to Labor Day, daily 9:30AM to 6PM
Labor Day to mid October, Monday through Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM
Free parking - Group tours available
Find us at the north end of the boardwalk, next to the Chamber of Commerce in downtown St. Ignace
Native American art of the finest quality in the Ojibwa Indian Museum Store