The Dennos Museum Center at Northwestern Michigan College
The Dennos Museum Center at Northwestern Michigan College presents exhibitions and programs in the visual arts, performing arts, and sciences.
On permanent display is the Inuit Gallery featuring Inuit stonecut, stencil, lithograph, etching, aquatint & chine-colle' prints, tapestries, sculptures, and artifacts. Different exhibitions are on display throughout the year. Check the Dennos website for current installations.
This museum is where you can spend a few hours after breakfast or lunch. The exhibition scenes keeps changing and the Egyption mummy and Inuit display are really cool to see.
Great little museum on the campus of Northwestern Michigan College. Inuit art plus rotating exhibits.
“Open morning, noon and night this is a great spot for coffee and a bite to eat. They also offer full bar service. ”
“Great restaurants, Stella's and Pepenero's, shopping thru the Mercato shops, coffee, wine, or take a guided tour of the tunnels and hear stories from times past.”
Grocery or Supermarket
“Organic food co-op with delicious in season treats. Try their local baby watermelon!”
“Your kids (or grandkids) will learn about the great lakes environment. It's hands-on and also fun for adults. Kids build stuff, climb on stuff, and learn stuff. Adults might too. Then drive north a few hundred yards for ice cream at Wares.”