Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Michigan Historical Museum Focuses on Tourist Traps

One of my favorite things about this great state is tourism, and definitely the good old "tourist traps." Check out this article in The St. Ignace News.

Michigan's Roadside Program Seeks Artifacts, Stories, Photos

The Michigan Historical Museum in Lansing is planning an exhibit called Michigan's Roadside Attractions in 2009, and is looking for stories, pictures, and artifacts of the attractions, some of which no longer exist, that travelers have visited on their way to other destinations. Examples are Big John, the World's Largest Miner near Iron Mountain, or the Twin Towers in the Irish Hills. [more here]

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