History and Culture

Soak in some culture while visiting the Charlevoix area. Whether your interested in learning more about the mushroom houses, Castle Farms, or exploring Ernest Hemingway's old stomping grounds, there's something for everyone. Within walking distance of downtown Charlevoix, the Charlevoix Cultural Corridor is comprised of arts, architectural, and educational attractions. Check out the local art scene, take a class, walk through history, or read a book. Whether visiting with a group, planning a family outing, or escaping with friends, there's plenty to see and do. 

Horton Bay General Store

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

Charlevoix Circle of Arts

  • 109 Clinton St., Charlevoix
  • 231-547-3554
Map A nod to Charlevoix's culture past of the late 1800's, when many small communities boasted at least a theater or an opera house. Since 2008, Circle of Arts has presented exhibits, opera, performing arts, art classes, and workshops for all ages.
   

Ironton Ferry

  • 9800 Ferry Rd, East Jordan
  • 231-308-3727
Ride the ferry!

World's Largest Cherry Pie

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