Learn the story of the Coldwater community with a stop at the Wing House Museum. This impressive Second Empire home, with a mansard roof, was originally constructed for the son of the city's first mayor. Eventually the home was sold to Civil War captain, county sheriff and prominent businessman, Lucius M. Wing.

Coldwater Country is also home to the longest running, continuously operating Community Theater in Michigan, a Professional Summer Theatre celebrating a milestone anniversary and a variety of entertainment options sure to please any group.

Known and loved for the historic setting and quality theatrical offerings, Tibbits Opera House has become a must see. Celebrating 50 years of Summer Stock at Tibbits, the Professional Summer Theatre will draw large crowds with Fiddler on the Roof, The Producers and The Foreigner. Rounding out the year, many event, programs and shows also take place on the Tibbits stage.

Tibbits Opera House

14 S. Hanchett St. Coldwater , MI 49036 Phone: 517-278-6029 Email Website Driving Directions

Built in 1882, Tibbits Opera House is the Center for the Arts and Entertainment in Coldwater Country/Pure Michigan. Enjoy year-round entertainment from professional theatre and concerts to community events and children's theatre. Beyond the exquisite facade is an intimate 500 seat theatre with excellent acoustics. Browse the art gallery and gift shop before the show or at intermission. Come enjoy the show.

Wing House Museum

27 S. Jefferson St. Coldwater , MI 49036 Phone : 517-278-2871 Email Website Directions

We invite you to visit our beautiful 1875 Wing House Museum. This Second Empire architectural gem is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is open for tours the 3rd Saturday of each month or by appointment. Come in, browse around and drift back in time to the elegant days of the Victorian era. It is an experience I think you will enjoy.

Honolulu House Museum

Address: 107 N Kalamazoo Ave, Marshall, MI 49068 Phone: (269) 781-8544

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The Honolulu House Museum stands in the heart of Marshall's National Historic Landmark District and is listed on the Historic American Buildings Survey. The house was built in 1860 by the first U.S. consul to the Sandwich Islands. For the next century it served as the residence of four Marshall families, until the Marshall Historical Society was formed in 1961 to purchase it and turn it into a musem. Constructed of Marshall sandstone, the Museum is a wonderful blend of Italianate, Gothic Revival, and Polynesian architecture. The Honolulu House is the headquarters of the Marshall Historical Society.

The house is truly a unique structure, not only in the Midwest, but in the entire United States. An elaborate nine-bay porch spans the front, with its wide center bay serving as the base of its pagoda-topped tower. Its tropical features include a raised veranda and the observation platform. The Gothic Revival influences are evidenced in the pointed (four-centered) arch of the door, the veranda trim, and the vertical board and batten sheathing. Two large parlors flank the central hall, each containing two elaborate fireplaces. Beyond the family parlor to the south is a study and morning room; while in the north is the formal parlor and dining room. There is a dining room, kitchen, and servants' quarters located in the lower level of the Honolulu House, which is only two feet below ground. The upper level has a central hall with a spirl stairway leading to the observation tower.

Extensive, ongoing restoration work recreating the look of the house in the 1880s is funded by revenue from the Historical Society's annual Home Tour, memberships, donations, and grants, including National Scenic Byways grants in 2004 and 2010. The list of recent work includes foundation work, sandstone wall repairs, ADA compliance, a new bathroom, wall paintings, carpet reproductions, porch and stairs restoration, and mechanical equipment. In 1985, exterior paint scrapoings were taken and researced to determine the original colors of the Honolulu House. The exterior colors were restored to the 1885 color combination of ivory, lattice green, dark green, spring green and Jamestown red. When the Honolulu House foundation underwent renovation in 1995, a geologist located an original vein of Marshall sandstone and it was this stone that was used in the original foundation as well as the renovation.

Michigan International Speedway

Michigan International Speedway is located in near Brooklyn, Michigan and sets on more than 1,200 acres of land. This two mile long oval superspeedway has been hosting races since 1968, and racing fans have come to know this venue as one of the best in the sport. For this reason, thousands of fans turn out at Michigan International Speedway each time that a race takes place.

There are several current races that take place at Michigan International Speedway on a regular basis. They include the NASCAR Nextel Cup GFS Marketplace 400 and 3M Performance 400; the NASCAR Busch Series Carfax 250; the Indy Racing League Michigan Indy 400; and the ARCA Hantz Group 200. While these are the most popular races to take place at this venue each year, many others also stop by on a regular basis.

Michigan International Speedway has long been known as one of racings best facilities. This is due in large part to the high banking and wide surface. This makes for a fun time for drivers.

And of course, fans also love what Michigan International Speedway has to offer. With a capacity of 137,243 you can only imagine how loud this venue can become when a race is coming down to the wire. Additionally, perfect sightlines make it easy for every fan to get a great view of the race that is unfolding.

If you are a racing fan you owe it to yourself to see a race at Michigan International Speedway. Not only will the drivers have a great time competing at high speeds, but you will be able to take advantage of a day full of excitement.

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Adventure Zone

125 W. Chicago Rd. Coldwater , MI 49036 Phone: 517-278-9663 Email Website Driving Directions

All Ages Welcome! Two 18 Hole Miniature Golf Courses NASCAR Style Go-Carts & Track 100' x 200' Paintball Field with Inflatable Bunkers Air Conditioned Arcade and with redemption games. Opened in Summer of 2013 a 2-story indoor Laser Tag!

Bronson Strike Zone

717 E. Chicago Rd. Bronson , MI 49028 Phone: 517-369-3672 Email Website Driving Directions

  • Bowling
  • Glo-Bowling,
  • Open Bowling & Leagues
  • Live Entertainment
  • Full Menu
  • Lounge
  • Arcade
  • Pro-Shop

Capri Drive-In

119 W. Chicago Rd. Coldwater , MI 49036 Phone: 517-278-5628 Email Website Driving Directions

The Capri Drive-In is located on US-12, just west of downtown Coldwater in Southwest Michigan. Some of you folks may remember that US-12 was once the main route from Detroit to Chicago, with Coldwater acting as the halfway point. There are many classic sites to see along the way, none more beautiful than the Capri Drive-In, which was built and opened by John (Sr.) and Mary Magocs in the summer of 1964. Today the Capri is ran by their son, Tom and his wife Susan. They are converting the 2 screens to digital this Spring. The Capri will celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2014!

Gospel Barn

4751 Bankers Road Hillsdale , MI 49242 Phone: 517-437-4050 Email Website Driving Directions

Providing a most unique gospel music venue in a rustic, wooded setting with an atmosphere of fun and fellowship centered on Christ. The Gospel Barn first opened it's doors in 1974 and continues to be a top notch Christian entertainment facility. Bathroom facilities, camping area and concessions available.

Little River Railroad

29 W. Park Ave. Coldwater , MI 49036 Phone: 260-316-0529 Email Website Driving Directions

Ride the rails at the Little River Railroad in Coldwater. The 110 steam engine is a 4-6-2 Pacific type locomotive weighing approximately 58 tons. It is the smallest of its kind ever built for standard gauge and it is also a one of a kind locomotive. The Number 1 is a 0-4-0T tank steam engine. Number 1 is still a mystery as to when it was exactly built. We do know that its frame and wheels were built in 1908.

McCourtie Park

12715 E. Chicago Rd. Somerset Center , MI 49282 Phone: (517) 688-9223 Driving Directions

One of the Largest Trabajo Rustico Art Collections in the U.S.

Somerset Center, located along the U.S. 12 Heritage Trail, has a gem, McCourtie Park. William H. L. McCourtie hired George Cardosa and Ralph Carona to produce Trabajo Rustico sculptures on his property. Forms are built of steel and wire, covered with cement then sculpted to look like wood. The legacy McCourtie left behind is now a public park and includes 17 unique walk-able concrete bridges that are hand carved to look like wood planks, ropes and logs. These walk-able bridges are breath taking and at one time were equipped with lights. Two spring-fed ponds are 14 feet deep and 100 foot long by 60 foot wide once used as a swimming pool and a stocked trout pond. Two chimneys sculpted to look like trees stand above an underground apartment built into the side of a hill, hidden from the highway. Rumor has it that it was used as a rathskeller during prohibition. The beautiful paneled bar has beamed ceilings, and a fieldstone fireplace. The poker room just to the right has a mysterious opening filled with cement. On either side of the apartment there were 6 garages that were heated and opened electricity. Henry Ford was also a guest at the McCourtie estate. For more information call (517) 688-9223 or (800) 968-9333.

White Star Snowmobile Auction

671 W. Chicago Rd. Bronson , MI 49028 Phone: 517-369-1153 Email Website Driving Directions

Small Town Friendly Folks with the biggest selection of sleds selling at an auction in the U.S.A.! Selling over 4,000 new and used snowmobiles, ATV's and Trailers every year. Owned and Operated by the Same Family SINCE 1919 --- 4th Generation. This auction is open to the public, dealers, banks, insurance companies and all others to buy and sell.

All our facilities are handicap accessible!

Loveberry's Tree Farm

165 S. Ray Quincy Rd. Quincy , MI 49082 Phone : 517-639-8360 Email Website Directions

Bring your family to experience tradition at Loveberry's Tree Farm. Take a horse drawn wagon to select your perfect holiday tree.

Warm up at the bonfire surrounded by beautiful spruce trees and benches or head inside to the cabin to warm up by the fireplace. Open the day after Thanksgiving thru December 23!

Turkeyville USA

18935 15 1/2 Mile Rd.. Marshall , MI 49068 Phone : 269-781-4293 Toll Free : 800-228-4315 Fax : 269-781-1209 Email Website Directions

We are committed to home made and happy. It started with the idea that we would build a place that we would want to take our family. Focus on Fun ! Food always made the way Grandma did, starting with real ingredients and making them with her recipes. So when you come to Turkeyville we want every minute to be special and fun!

American Museum of Magic

107 E Michigan Ave, Marshall, MI 49068 Phone: (269) 781-7570 Hours

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The American Museum of magic celebrates magicians and their magic. It holds the stories and the treasures of performers that entertained residents of the smallest communities and audiences in the grandest theaters. The American Museum of Magic is home to the largest collection of magic open to the public. Thousands of artifacts illuminate the stories of Houdini, Blackstone, Thurston and many others.

Air Zoo

6151 Portage Rd, Portage, MI 49002 Phone: (269) 382-6555 Hours: Open today · 12:00 – 5:00 pm

State-of-the-art museum pairs rare aircraft with flight simulators & 4D theaters plus amusements.

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Darksyde Acres Haunted House

11375 Rowe Rd, Jonesville, MI 49250 Phone: (517) 549-5100

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Binder Park Zoo

7400 Division Dr, Battle Creek, MI 49014 Phone: (269) 979-1351 Hours: Open today · 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

433-acre zoo features 600+ specimens with a tram between exhibits & an opportunity to feed giraffes.

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Gilmore Car Museum

6865 W Hickory Rd, Hickory Corners, MI 49060 Phone: (269) 671-5089

Sprawling museum home to 400 cars & motorcycles, plus a restored 1941 diner still serving pecan pie.

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