- art from art
art from art prints are created using a technique called "drybrush enhancement". With this technique, ordinary photographs become an original work of art, taking on the look of a classic painting.
View the many artwork prints now available in the galler...read more »
- Joann's Fudge
Every batch of our authentic Mackinac Island fudge begins the old fashioned way, with lots of fresh cream and butter. Our fudge is made fresh daily with absolutely no artificial ingredients or preservatives. So bring a little bit of Mackinac to your home ...read more »
- Mackinac Island Carriage Tours
Carriage men officially began providing tours of the Island in 1869 when the first city carriage license was issued. In 1948, the carriage men officially established Mackinac Island Carriage Tours, Inc.
The founders of Mackinac Island Carriage Tours hav...read more »
- Metivier Inn
The Metivier Inn, conveniently located on historic Market Street on Mackinac Island, Michigan, was built by Louis Metivier as a private residence in 1877. Shortly after its 100th anniversary, the current owners remodeled the inn keeping the original Frenc...read more »
- Mackinac Island Yacht Club
The Yacht Club, founded in 1937, currently includes 300 members, many of whom are residents of Mackinac Island, Michigan. The clubhouse sits directly across from the Michigan State Waterways marina in the Mackinac Island harbor.
The clubhouse is open fr...read more »
- Pub Oyster Bar
The Pub Oyster Bar offers an eclectic mix of food and drink to a broad variety of Mackinac visitors and locals alike throughout our long Northern days and nights.
Of course, we donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t expect you to eat all your Mackinac meals at the Pub,...read more »
- Lake View Hotel
From the moment you step off the ferry boat, you'll understand why Mackinac Island is a destination unto itself.
There are no cars here. Just horse drawn carriages, Victorian cottages and a Historic Village suspended in 19th Century charm. Peace and quie...read more »
- Inn on Mackinac
The year was 1867, an era of horse-drawn carriages and ladies in bustles. Blacksmiths were crafting horse shoes in glowing forges. During this height of Victorian culture, the Inn on Mackinac was built.
Known then as Chateau Beaumont in memory of the fam...read more »
- Chippewa Hotel Waterfront
History, heritage and natural beauty bring vacationers to the special charms of Mackinac Island. What better way to relax and enjoy the tranquility of Island life, than to stay at the Chippewa Hotel Waterfront, located in the heart of downtown.
The Chip...read more »
- Mission Point Resort
Experience the hospitality and natural beauty of Mission Point Resort on world-renowned Mackinac Island. Bordered by flowering lilacs and the glistening shores of Lake Huron, this inviting resort features 242 guest rooms including 92 suites in a variety o...read more »