Port Huron Museum has four museum sites to capture the essence and history of the Blue Water Area. You can visit them and pay admission per site or purchase a passport that includes all sites. Click here for more info.
Port Huron Carnegie Center The Main Museum, housing the majority of objects, documentation and photographs of the Port Huron collection. Click here for info and hours.
Thomas Edison Depot Museum Enter the curious world of famous inventor Thomas Alva Edison. Explore his early life, as he spent much of his childhood growing up in Port Huron. Click here for info and hours.
Huron Lightship At its docked location near Pine Grove Park, you’re invited to climb aboard to view the ship’s quarters and hear stories of its life of duty. Click here for info and hours.
Fort Gratiot LighthouseNewly renovated and re-opening in May of 2012. Proudly shining its green beacon, the lighthouse is the oldest working lighthouse in Michigan. For the safety of all guests, closed-toe shoes are required to climb the tower. The Port Huron Museum apologizes for any inconvenience that this may cause, but it is for the safety of all. Click here for info and hours.