Mackinac State Historic Parks to Offer 1958 Rates to Local Residents on Mother’s Day Weekend

In conjunction with Mother’s Day weekend, Mackinac State Historic Parks (MSHP) will offer admission into all of its historic sites at 1958 rates – $0.50 per adult and $0.25 per child (5-12) each – for residents of Cheboygan, Emmet and Mackinac Counties.

MSHP sites include Colonial Michilimackinac, Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse and Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park in Mackinaw City, and Fort Mackinac, The Richard and Jane Manoogian Mackinac Art Museum, and the Biddle House, featuring the Mackinac Island Native American Museum, on Mackinac Island. The Adventure Tour, a separate ticketed item at Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park, will still be $9.50 per person on top of general admission.

The discount is only available to our neighbors in Cheboygan, Emmet and Mackinac Counties with valid proof of residence. Visit, or call 906.847.3328 for more information.

Mackinac State Historic Parks, a family of living history museums and parks in northern Michigan’s Straits of Mackinac, is an agency within the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Its sites—which are accredited by the American Alliance of Museums—include Fort Mackinac, the Biddle House, The Richard and Jane Manoogian Mackinac Art Museum, Historic Downtown Mackinac, and Mackinac Island State Park on Mackinac Island, and Colonial Michilimackinac, Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse, Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park and Michilimackinac State Park in Mackinaw City. Mackinac State Historic Parks is governed by the Mackinac Island State Park Commission, established in 1895 to protect, preserve and present the parks’ rich historic and natural resources for the education and recreation of future generations. Visitor information is available at (231) 436-4100 or online at