Explore the area where the Great Lakes meet!
The Sault Historic Sites has a location for everyone in Sault Ste. Marie. Whether you’re interested in exploring a retired Great Lakes freighter, experiencing life during the days of the fur traders, or simply interested in taking in a beautiful vista, the Sault Historic Sites has a location to suit you.
Come support the E.U.P. Food Bank (Feeding America).
Saturday October 10th and Sunday October 11th entrance into our area attractions will be one (1) non perishable food item per person per attraction. We will be open our normal hours of operation for each location. This is for Chippewa, Mackinac, Luce and Cheboygan county residents.
- Museum Ship Valley Camp – Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 11am-5pm with last entrance at 4pm.
- Tower of History – Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday Noon-5pm with last entrance at 4:30pm
- River of History – Saturday 11am-5pm, Sunday 11am-5pm with last entrance at 4:30pm
- Soo Locks Boat Tours (dock #2) – 10am, 1pm and 3:30pm departure times for both days (please arrive at least 15 mins before departure)
About the Sault Historic Sites
The Sault Historic Sites was founded in 1967 as a nonprofit corporation with the mission of preserving, restoring, and presenting Sault Ste. Marie history to visitors and local residents alike. Starting with the acquisition of the Museum Ship Valley Camp, the Sault Historical Sites now owns and operates several locations in Sault Ste. Marie. Be sure to visit our historical sites on your next trip to Michigan’s beautiful Upper Peninsula.