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Mackinac Bridge Museum

231 Central Ave., Mackinaw City, MI
+1 231-436-5534
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Informative, interesting and free!!

This is an informative museum about the construction of the Mackinac Bridge located upstairs in... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2016
Renee M
Nice little Museum above Mama Mia's

If you have the time to eat at Mama Mia's then you have to go upstairs. They have a very... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2016
Rose H
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  • Average18%
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231 Central Ave., Mackinaw City, MI
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+1 231-436-5534
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Reviewed 17 August 2016

This is an informative museum about the construction of the Mackinac Bridge located upstairs in Mama Mia's Pizza. And it's free! The restaurant had a fire some years back which was unfortunate because they lost some artifacts from the museum. But fortunately they did rebuild...More

2  Thank Renee M
Reviewed 9 August 2016

If you have the time to eat at Mama Mia's then you have to go upstairs. They have a very informative little museum above the restaurant. While you are waiting for your meal, you can visit upstairs and learn about the building of the Mighty...More

Thank Rose H
Reviewed 8 August 2016

My daughter and grand children toured museum while waiting for their pizza at a place below the museum! They said it was very informative & informational!

Thank Donna A
Reviewed 6 August 2016 via mobile

Loved learning about the Bridge. Being from MI I loved seeing and hearing all the history about how the bridge came to be. The video shown was great telling how it all happened. I will go back and take my kids!

Thank Shannon B
Reviewed 1 August 2016 via mobile

So glad we stumbled upon this place! Very tiny, but extremely quaint and educational! I really enjoyed watching the film about them making the bridge. I'm a huge history buff, and just sitting there watching the film of the making the bridge and knowing the...More

Thank Jeannine F
Reviewed 24 July 2016

I'll be honest, I thought this was sort of scam from the outside to get you in the pizza place. You couldn't see much from the outside and I was hesitant to go in. Long story short, the gentleman that used to own the pizza...More

3  Thank Porchswings
Reviewed 24 July 2016

If you want to learn more about how the bridge was built, check out this free museum. Watch the videotape, not the one on the TV, but the one in the small auditorium. Very interesting and informative. It's worth strolling around and seeing the memorabilia,...More

Thank HappyMomma5
Reviewed 10 July 2016

The Museum was very clean, the workers were very friendly and helpful and is in a very easy to reach location and great partking.

Thank mjt3625
Reviewed 9 July 2016

Free above Maa Mis's pizza which has great food. Would like to be able to purchase movie but fun to watch if you have the time then or happens to be raining.

Thank michaelcI6192NP
Reviewed 29 June 2016

The museum is on a 2nd floor over a pizza place. As I understand it, most everything was destroyed by a fire and could not be replaced. There is an interesting old movie about the building of the bridge. However, the sound was frequently interrupted...More

Thank willowhoneyb
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