Port Huron is known as the Maritime Capital of the Great Lakes with unique sites to be explored…immerse yourself in maritime lore by visiting the only existing lightship on the Great Lakes, the Huron Lightship. The Great Lakes Maritime Center will give you insight on the great lake and ocean going freighters navigating one of the busiest waterways in the world. Also tour Fort Gratiot Lighthouse, Michigan’s oldest working lighthouse.The captivating history doesn’t stop there…the Thomas Edison Depot Museum depicts the great inventor’s life when he lived in Port Huron. The Port Huron Museum reveals the people and events that have molded the Blue Water Area and Knowlton’s Ice Museum tells the story of the ice industry.Walk the historic downtown district amidst grand brick storefronts and discover quaint specialty shops and enriching art galleries. Casual diners and gourmet coffee will delight your taste buds and enjoy waterfront dining along the St. Clair River or Black River. Boaters will find a beautiful marina to suit their needs. Take a sight-seeing boat cruise or hop aboard the Blue Water Trolley.Also discover beaches and spots for picnicking, walking and biking in the vast presence the Blue Water Bridges, connecting Port Huron to Ontario, Canada.
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