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Michigan Historical Museum

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702 W Kalamazoo St
Lansing, MI 48915
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(517) 373-3559
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We stop here often on our way to Grandma's. I'm so gld we discovered it, because it's on a par with many expensive museums, and I can't believe it's free. Tax dollars at work fo...

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Wonderful museum, FREE 4/16/2006

We stop here often on our way to Grandma's. I'm so gld we discovered it, because it's on a par with many expensive museums, and I can't believe it's free. Tax dollars at work for something I enjoy - what a treat! I'm from Indiana but I find it fascinating anyway, as much of it doesn't seem Michigan-specific. Rather, it's a look through the history of much of the US. I love the scenes from the '60s and '70s; I noticed many items I had as a child. Also there are recreated movie theaters, schoolrooms, etc. - it's a very hands-on, fun place for kids. more

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Must see ! 9/30/2005

This is a must see if your going through the city of Lansing. They have so much knowledge about Michigan and their exhibits are spectacular. Their exhibits go from era to era and each represent a certain time frame of Michigans history. Either go with a tour guide or go by through it yourself its a great place. more

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Awesome place to visit 8/18/2005

The Michigan Historical Center in Lansing is definitely a place that everyone in the state should see at least once. The educational material that is available to see and hear at this museum is unsurpassed. They have something for everyone regardless of age to see and do. From historical to current events, there is something for everyone to learn about here. This is a great place for school or community group trips. more

Awesome museum made better because it's free! 8/17/2005

The Michigan Historical Museum is a must see if in Lansing. It is attached to the Michigan Library and Archives and is within walking distance of the state capitol. The museum presents history of the state of Michigan chronologically starting with Native Americans and ending in the 1970's. Each era has an impressive 'set' whether a copper mine, or a WWII factory. There are lots of interactive exhibts for the kids and many documentaries to view. All ages will like this museum. It is composed of three stories, going up as you progress. They also have periodic special displays. more
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