The Marquette Maritime Museum mission is to preserve and protect the maritime history of Marquette, Lake Superior and the Great Lakes and remember the exploits of our submarine veterans.

The Museum and Lighthouse will open for the 2017 season on Tuesday May 16. We will be open Tuesday thru Sunday (Closed Mondays), from 11am to 4pm.

 

 

 

Marquette Maritime Museum Events

Jun
30

Plein air Painting Open Session – Marquette Maritime Museum

Plein air Painting Open Session – Marquette Maritime Museum 

The Lighthouse Point grounds will be open to Plein air painters from 10 AM to 4 PM on
Friday, June 30. Weather permitting. Participants must bring their own
supplies. Call the Museum for additional details.

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Jul
16

Lake Superior Day, Sunday, July 16

Lake Superior Day, Sunday, July 16
Marquette Maritime Museum invites you to celebrate, experience, and appreciate Lake Superior Day on Sunday, July 16. Stop by the Museum for your complimentary garbage bag to clean up your favorite Lake Superior beach and get a FREE postcard and $1 off Museum admission.

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Jul
17

Architecture of D. Frederick Charlton Lecture and Tour, Monday, July 17

Architecture of D. Frederick Charlton
Lecture and Tour, Monday, July 17
Join us on Monday, July 17, for a lecture and walking tour on D. Frederick Charlton, the architect who designed the Water Works building where the museum is housed and several other structures in Marquette. Deputy Director of Mackinaw State Historic Park, Steven Brisson, will lead the lecture and tour. Call 906-226-2006 or email mqtmaritimemanager@gmail.com for more information on time and locations.

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