Historic White Pine Village opened in 1976 and is an historic village of over thirty museum buildings and sites of history dedicated to preserving and presenting Mason County's past. The buildings contain thousands of signs, artifacts and archives that help interpret their place in history. Historic White Pine Village has been visited by tens of thousands of visitors and most comment upon leaving about the nostalgia, serenity and beauty of the village and museums, truly a village "Where History Lives". A self-guided tour experience, Historic White Pine Village is an exciting, cultural and educational visit for individuals or the entire family.
The Village is officially closed for the season
and will reopen on Saturday, May 3.
Our Research Library and Gift Shop
are open by appointment only-
please call 231-843-4808 to make a reservation.
We are conveniently located at 1687 S. Lakeshore Drive, Ludington, MI. For a map, click here.
(Click on logo for more information)
The Mason County Barn Quilt Trail Project is seeking participants- come to the workshop on April 12 to find out how you can get involved!
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