Museum Exhibits Now OPEN!
(Starting June 2nd, 2021)

Wednesday-Friday 11:00am -4:00pm 
Saturday: Closed

After more than a year of being closed, the museum exhibits are back open to the public! Staff and volunteers have been busy working behind the scenes to spruce up the grounds, creating a new exhibit, and expanding current exhibits. We will be operating at a limited capacity, first come first serve. No appointment is necessary.

Please have patience with us as we navigate the quickly changing Covid-19 safety protocols.

Even if you are fully vaccinated…Please mask up in the museum – To continue to protect others! Thank You!

Per state and CDC guidance, we are choosing to continue requiring masks for the safety of our staff, guests, and the unvaccinated.


Research in the Archives

By Appointment Only (231) 271-7475
24/7 Online Research: leelanauhistory.org/archives

The museum is located at 203 E. Cedar Street in Leland, Michigan on the banks of the Leland River.  Just two blocks from historic Fishtown and Lake Michigan, you will find us behind the Old Art Building and next to the Leland Township Library.

 

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