The city-operated museum and park uncovers the vivid history of life during the 1670's when the Ojibwa, Huron and French lifestyles met in Saint Ignace. Museum exhibits show Ojibwa culture and traditions, the first contact with the French and the site's rich archaeological past. This is also where the French Jesuit Mission was located where Father Marquette resided and is is the final resting place for Father Jacques Marquette.

The Museum provides both indoor and outdoor exhibits which allow you a glimpse into the Ojibwa culture and the lifestyles of the Huron. Exhibits and interpretation includes cultural tribal connections with Great Lakes fish and fishing.

Museum Building
City of St Ignace
Anishinaabe Fisherman Exhibit
Michigan Sea Grant
Giigonh (Fish Clan) Exhibit
Michigan Sea Grant
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Museum of Ojibwa Culture
Anishinaabe Fisherman  Interpretatino
Michigan Sea Grant
Giigonh (Fish Clan) Exhibit
Michigan Sea Grant

What you can do here

Access Fishing History & Culture Research, Gift Shop or Fisheries Items for Purchase, School or Group Tours, View Exhibits

Hours: Open from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00p.m. seven days a week
500 N. State Street
St. Ignace, MI 49781
GPS: 45.87154, -84.73138
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