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Michigan ThumbCoast Rainy Day Options

It’s raining and you’re looking for something to do, whether it’s a solo day, meeting up with friends or a day with your family, we’ve got you covered & dry. This is the time to explore that place you’ve been wanting to see or that maybe you never thought of visiting before. Here are a few things we suggest you try out next time nature is watering Michigan.

Book one of the Escape or game rooms at The Hallway Entertainment in Downtown Port Huron. Test your skills, laugh and have great time with these rooms designs using gaming methodologies.

Explore a museum with Port Huron Museums and see the history of Thomas Edison, revolving exhibits and interactive displays at multiple locations. Ask about the Huron Experience for a discount.

Visit the Sanilac County Historic Village & Museum in the shoreline community, Port Sanilac. Thier collection includes over a dozen historic buildings such as a blacksmith shop, hearse shed & train depot to name a few.

A bygone era of the world’s largest collection of ice harvesting equipment & refrigeration collection can be found at the Knowlton Ice Museum of North America in Downtown Port Huron.

Finish that book you started, meet a friend and reminisce the good times or just go for the great smells of freshly brewed java at a coffee shop you may have never tried before.

Really take the time and browse all the shops in Downtown Port Huron’s Historic District or at Downtown Marine City’s Nautical Mile area with views of the St. Clair River.

Rain days are a perfect excuse to visit the spa. Make plans at a Thumbcoast Spa for a day of pampering and tranquility with a body scrub, detox wrap or a Lomi Lomi massage to Hawaiian music using aromatherapy.

Check out the Great Lakes Maritime Center at Vantage Point in Port Huron. You can sit high and dry while overlooking passing ships in the St. Clair River & snack with Kate’s Boathouse. Open seasonally in the warmer months.

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