Small Town Stay-cation Guide
Marshall 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, the local brewery and the Honolulu House anchor a vibrant downtown filled with unique shops, restaurants, and sycamore-lined streets.
Things to Do
- American Museum of Magic: The American Museum of magic celebrates magicians and their magic. Thousands of artifacts illuminate the stories of Houdini, Blackstone, Thurston, and many others.
- Marshall Historical Society: The Marshall Historical Society is a nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to preserve, protect and promote Marshall’s heritage. It owns three museums: the Honolulu House, the Grand Army of the Republic Hall, and Capitol Hill School.
- Cornwell’s Turkeyville: We are committed to homemade and happy. It started with the idea that we would build a place where we would like to take our own family. Our food is made the way Grandma used to; starting with real ingredients and preparing dishes using original recipes.
Places to Stay
- Camp Turkeyville RV Resort: Stay in Cornwell’s Turkeyville, at Camp Turkeyville RV Resort. The resort has two pools, wi-fi, a general store, restaurant, gift shop, dinner theatre, a fishing pond, and more.
- Holiday Inn Express: Fifteen miles from America’s “Cereal City” in Battle Creek lies the quiet town of Marshall, Michigan. Guests can find big-time fun at this hotel near Firekeepers Casino and Cornwell’s Turkeyville. Enjoy all this just minutes away from the Holiday Inn Express® Marshall hotel.
- National House Inn: The National House Inn is the oldest operating bed and breakfast inn in Michigan. Upon your first visit you will find that the serenity is contagious, the sense of history infectious, and the quantity of events and special packages numerous.
- Marshall Area Economic Development Alliance: Marshall 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.