These are sites in Wexford County that have been recognized by the State of Michigan as a state historic landmark.
Wexford County Historical Museum
127 Beech St., Cadillac
Exhibits include an early home interior, a general store, post office items from the lumbering era, early fire equipment and railroad memorabilia. This was originally built as the Cadillac Library.
Apr. 14 - May 26:
Saturday only - Noon to 4pm
Saturday June 2 -September 8 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
May 30 - Sept. 12:
Wednesday thru Friday - Noon to 4pm, Saturday - 10am to 4pm
Sept. 14 - Dec 15:
Friday & Saturday - Noon to 4pm
Historical Downtown Walking Tour
Self-guided maps available at Historical Museum.
Charles T. Mitchell House
200 E. Mason, Cadillac
Built by a local lumber baron located across the street from the historical museum.
100 Chapin St., Cadillac
This building is now the U.S. Department of Transportation. Original lumber barons’ offices with a variety of local Michigan hardwoods obtained from the forests of the two companies.
Cobbs-Mitchell Mill No. 1
South Street, Cadillac
City Park, Cadillac
Clam Lake Canal
Constructed in 1873
Caberfae Peaks Ski & Golf Resort
The oldest downhill ski resort in the Midwest
First Wexford County Courthouse
Located in Sherman.
Battle of Manton Site
Where the County Seat was forcibly moved to Cadillac after the "Battle of Manton."