From Native American baskets to present-day paintings of the island by residents, The Richard and Jane Manoogian Mackinac Art Museum showcases historic treasures in Mackinac State Historic Parks' collection and inspires creativity in others. The art museum brings together Mackinac art created over the centuries. In one building, see Mackinac-inspired art from today and works from nearly two centuries ago. In fact, a fragment of decorated prehistoric pottery, recently excavated from the actual site of the art museum, is exhibited. Through the use of audiovisual and hands-on techniques and special programs, you can fully immerse yourself in the art. It's our hope that such exhibits will spark conversations about the pieces and perhaps what you think the work meant to the artist, to the original viewers, and to you. The art museum is generously funded by the Richard & Jane Manoogian Foundation. Located on Mackinac Island.

Fee Required

Next to Fort Mackinac
Mackinac Island, MI
GPS: 45.8511, -84.61552
Hours: July 2 - Aug 21 10 - 5:30; Aug 22 - Oct 10 10-4
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