We had been to the museum when it was in Vermilion and loved it there. This new museum is larger and very well done. I think it covers everything about the Great Lakes, of course aren't we all haunted by the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald. You will learn a lot, even about the history of how they load the ships - at one time they hauled everything with horses and mules, before it was automated - who knew!
Interesting for all ages. Younger ones will love it and it is extremely well laid out for older folks or those with disabilities. We were there before the Schoonmaker was open for the season, and that would be an added bonus, to get to tour that. Even at this time of year you can get right next to it.
Definitely something to see! And P S Tony Packo's is just a mile away.
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