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Attractions & Tours 

Ever get the feeling someone is following you? Walk with prehistoric creatures at Dinosaur Gardens.

Walk with dinosaurs, sail through a Great Lakes storm, paddle in a kayak, or snowshoe the backcountry. Whatever the season, there are always things to see and do in the Sanctuary of the Great Lakes. From Michigan’s longest continuously-run mini golf course, to one of America’ great roadside attractions featuring a prehistoric zoo, the whole family will find something to love about visiting the Alpena area. 

See below for a list of sure-to-please attractions and tours:

 

 

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491 Johnson St
Alpena, MI 49707

Phone: (989) 356-2202
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Northeast Michigan’s Center for Art, History, and Science. ART: The Museum has an extensive collection of art that
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14 Miles north of Alpena
Alpena, MI 49707

Phone: (989) 340-2288
E-Mail Address: info@visitalpena.com
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Besser Natural Area & Ghost Village of Bell Located just 14 miles north of Alpena. Take US-23 North to East Grand
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121 S. State Ave.
Hillman, MI 49746

Phone: (989) 742-2527
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Brush Creek Mill was constructed on a site where previous mills once stood. Built on the banks of the Thunder Bay River,
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Besser Museum for Northeast Michigan

491 Johnson St
Alpena, MI 49707
Phone: (989) 356-2202
Northeast Michigan’s Center for Art, History, and Science. ART: The Museum has an extensive collection of art that More

Besser Natural Area & Ghost Village of Bell

14 Miles north of Alpena
Alpena, MI 49707
Phone: (989) 340-2288
Besser Natural Area & Ghost Village of Bell Located just 14 miles north of Alpena. Take US-23 North to East Grand More

Brush Creek Mill

121 S. State Ave.
Hillman, MI 49746
Phone: (989) 742-2527
Brush Creek Mill was constructed on a site where previous mills once stood. Built on the banks of the Thunder Bay River, More

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