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Arts & Culture
In Pure Ludington, history and arts tell the story of our culture. The arts scene in the Ludington region is vibrant and connects the community to a range of cultural attractions. Drawing, pottery, fiber sculptures, painting, jewelry and other objects of original fine arts abound in the area's galleries and shops.

 

Murals can be spotted throughout Downtown Ludington, each showcases the city's history in a series of murals depicting early American scenes on building facades. City Park plays host to the West Shore Arts Fair the first weekend in July and the Gold Coast Artisan Fair in August. Just short walk from downtown, the Waterfront Sculpture Park features art you can touch along the harbor walk as well as a band shell with free concerts.

The Mason County Cultural Trails, a proposed network of six trails, offer residents and visitors an interactive experience to learn more about the culture and history of our community.

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Historic White Pine Village Relive the past by taking a self-guided tour through the grounds and 29 museum buildings and sites making up Historic White Pine Village. New for 2011 is an expanded farmstead are...
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Ludington
Ludington Area Center for the Arts
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Ludington
North Breakwater Lighthouse Just down the shore from Big Sable stands the Ludington North Breakwater Light, another charge of SPLKA’s and a partner with the City of Ludington. This 1924 light is also open fo...
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Ludington
Sable Point Lighthouse Keepers Association Four Lights, One Mission! Visit us at Big Sable Point Lighthouse, Ludington North Breakwater Lighthouse, Little Sable Lighthouse and the White River Light Station & Museum. Tours a...
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Ludington
Sandcastles Children's Museum Sandcastles is a hands-on museum with over 25 interactive exhibits. Summer Hours are Mon-Sat from 9:30am - 5pm. Weekend hours will continue through Jan 4, 2014. Exhibits include Av...
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Ludington
Shrine of the Pines The Shrine of the Pines is a world famous tourist attraction that is displayed in a Northwood hunting lodge, in a secluded, wooded spot on the banks of the historic Pere Marquette ...
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Baldwin
Todd & Brad Reed Photography Todd and Brad Reed are both international award winning landscape and nature photographers who specialize in photographing the 25 miles of beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline between...
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Ludington
Waterfront Sculpture Park This 5.3 acre park, located in Ludington's popular harbor, is home to 9 bronze sculptures placed throughout the walkable park. Each sculpture depicts and tells the story of Ludingt...
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Western Michigan Fair Association
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Ludington
Western Michigan Old Engine Club Located on 22 acres at Riverside Park, the Western Michigan Old Engine Club features a collection of exhibits that includes a large display of working engines and machinery. In add...
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Scottville