Leelanau Historical Society

203 E. Cedar Street
Leeland, MI 49654

Leelanau Historical Society

The Leelanau Historical Society Museum was launched in 1957 to preserve and share the history of Leelanau County to inspire others to explore and interpret the past for future generations to learn and appreciate. Featured Exhibits: • Leelanau Weddings through the Decades • You are Here: Mapping Leelanau • The Shipwrecks of the Manitou Passage & Beyond • Traditional Anishinaabek Arts Collection • Great Lakes Fur Trade and the Voyageur • Wild Ride on the Steamer Manitou • Lighthouses of Leelanau • Wood Boats of Leelanau – Back by popular demand! Find handmade gifts, jewelry, cards and local topic books in the Museum shop. Located on the Leland River, behind the Old Art Building, next to the Leland Library. Museum & Gift Shop Hours - June-September: Tuesday - Friday 10am-4pm, and Saturdays - 10am-2pm Other times of the year by Appointment Admission– $3/person, $5/couple, $10/family, Children and Members Free Research– By appointment year round Facebook https://www.facebook.com/leelanauhistory