The River of History Museum is located in downtown Sault Ste Marie in Michigan’s Chippewa County. The museum chronologically follows the history of the St. Mary’s River and Sault Ste Marie for 8,000 years, from the glacial period to the present day. From the rich history of the Anishinaabe Native Americans to French settlers, fur trading, lumbering and fishing, you’ll learn all about here. Watch interesting videos, experience hands on exhibits, and listen to an audio narrated tour using specialized audio wands as you go through the museum. Tickets are available in the front of the museum and you can also purchase combination tickets for other historical sites like the Museum Ship Valley Camp and the Tower of History.
Hours of Operation: May to Mid-October Mon-Sat 1:00am – 5:00pm