History and Culture

Horton Bay General Store

  • 05115 Boyne City Rd, Horton Bay
  • 231-582-7827
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Visit Ernest Hemingway's old stomping grounds.

World's Largest Cherry Pie

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Check out the world's largest cherry pie from Charlevoix!

Depot Beach

  • 307 Chicago Ave., Charlevoix
  • 231-547-3253
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The historic train depot now functions as a museum and garden area frames this beach on Lake Charlevoix.
 

Harsha House Museum

  • 103 State St., Charlevoix
  • 231-547-0373
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Museum featuring 3 period rooms, 10,000 Charlevoix historic photos, and local historic artifacts.
 

Charlevoix Public Library

  • 220 W. Clinton St., Charlevoix
  • 231-547-2651
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With many events and programs, beautiful architecture and large selection the library is a community gem.
       

Ernest Hemingway

  • 109 Mason, Charlevoix
  • 231-547-2101
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Famous American author, Ernest Hemingway, spent his summers in Horton Bay.

Castle Farms

  • 5052 M-66 North, Charlevoix
  • 231-237-0884
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A castle in Northern Michigan? You bet!
         

South Pier Lighthouse

  • 109 Mason, Charlevoix
  • 231-547-2010
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The iconic Charlevoix Lighthouse overlooking Lake Michigan

Raven Hill Discovery Center

  • 4737 Fuller Rd., East Jordan
  • 231-536-3369
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Family friendly fun discovering science, art and nature.
   

Greensky Hill Church

  • 8484 Green Sky Hill Rd, Charlevoix
  • 231-547-5009
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Located east of Charlevoix, Michigan at the junction of U.S. 31 and CR 630. On March 16, 1972, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The church has been preserved with all of the original woodwork and can only seat about 50 people.