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323 West Michigan Avenue
Marshall, MI 49068
Regions: South
Phone: (269) 781-5163
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Description
Marshall, Michigan sits prominently positioned to welcome businesses and travelers along both I-69 and I-94 between Detroit and Chicago. Travelers enjoy touring the city’s many restored sites within one of the nation’s largest historic landmark districts. Other stops like Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub, Dark Horse Brewery and the Honolulu House anchor a vibrant downtown filled with unique shops, restaurants and sycamore-lined streets.

In Marshall, there’s always something to do with annual events like the Historic Home Tour, Blues Festival, Garden Tour, Candlelight Walk, Cruise to the Fountain, Christmas Parade and much more bringing out the festive nature of the community. Choose Marshall!
Events
May
18 Sat

Oaklawn Hospitality Classic

7:30 am - 12:00 pm
We make it fun to run!
May
27 Mon

Memorial Day Parade

10:00 am - 12:00 pm
A moving rememberance of those who served our country and gave the ultimate sacrifice
Jun
22 Sat

16th Annual Blues Festival

3:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Marshall's Free, Family-friendly, Funky Festival
Jul
4 Thu

Marshall Chicken Barbecue, Bike & Pet Parade and Rotary Band

10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Experience a slice of good old fashioned Americana
Jul
13 Sat

Welcome to My Garden Tour

10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Walk among some of the most beautiful private gardens in the area
Jul
14 Sun

Welcome to My Garden Tour

10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Walk among some of the most beautiful private gardens in the area
Hours
Monday Monday:8am to 5pm
Tuesday Tueday:8am to 5pm
Wednesday Wednesday:8am to 5pm
Thursday Thursday:8am to 5pm
Friday Friday:8am to 5pm
Saturday Saturday:11am to 4pm
Sunday Sunday:11am to 4pm
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