Museum of Ojibwa Culture, Saint Ignace

(4.7/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • The museum demonstrates in interesting detail the Ojibwa, Huron and French lifestyles as they met in Saint Ignace. During the summer the GrandMother Moon Drummers sing traditional songs. They are a CI...  more »
  • A small museum, but with intense force. Lots of information and poignant exhibition pieces. Very friendly and dedicated staff. The little shop deserves attention. Our souvenirs were good. And we left like our donation rather than admission. Even now, after our trip, we think back over a month still to St Ignace and particularly pleased at this museum. Thank you very much!
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  • We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this museum. Their staff was very informative. My favorite part was the Ojibwa Doodems outside the building. This explains the clans of the Indian tribe in words, pi...  more »
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  • They have done a great job of compiling and presenting historical data in an interesting, meaningful format. There is an activity area to entertain the little ones, so the adults can appreciate the history and culture. The little gift shop, especially the book section, has relevant souvenirs and educational material. I wish we'd had more time there.
  • Informative and educational. Fun for all ages! We stopped in for the walking tour and discovered we were early enough to sit and learn about the local Native American settlements and culture.
  • Its inside a church which is weird for a Native American Museum. But it was good for some informative stuff.
  • An amazing museum! I learned so much about the Ojibwa peoples from walking through here. The exhibits and artifacts are really well done. The staff is very cool and really know their stuff. We had a really nice conversation with the guy manning the museum for our visit about the new longhouse they're putting up to replace the old one. I'm excited to see it next summer when we travel through the area again.
  • Great piece of history having Pere Marquettes' grave on-site. Kid friendly. When in town it's a must see