- Marine City's Outdoor Maritime Museum: explore the relics and artifacts of the golden era of the Great Lakes shipping in Marine City. Pick up a self-guided tour brochure in The Heather House foyer.
- Marine City's Pride & Heritage Museum: built in 1847, this building has had over a dozen uses for Marine City. Visit the museum to hear the fascinating story.
- Lester House-
Captain David Lester Historical Residence
The Captain David Lester Residence is owned by the Lester~Brown Foundation, whose primary focus is to maintain the residence for the purpose of architectural and educational historical awareness for the citizens and visitors to Marine City, Michigan.
- Explore the coastal water trail paddling routes. There are 22 kayak/canoe launch sites on Lake St. Clair. Muskie fishing is fantastic on the lake and there are amazing historical and natural features to observe from the water. Edsel & Eleanor Ford's house, Metro Beach & Blake Creek Marsh, Salt River Marsh, St. John's Marsh, Harsens Island and the South Channel Lights to name a few! Pick up a map in The Heather House foyer to begin your adventure.
- North Bay Charters day trips for Perch, Walleye, Salmon, Muskie and more! Click here for more information.
- Biking Trails, Bridge to Bay trail extends from Port Huron to Algonac. You'll pass state and municipal parks, museums, gazebos and lighthouses. Sometimes the trail is within reach of the water's edge and sometimes a few miles inland.
- Many riverside parks perfect for freighter viewing.
- The Snug Theater located downtown Marine City offers affordable live entertainment all year long including plays, musicals, musical artists, comedians and more! All tickets are $20! The intimate setting of the snug theater is the place for date night in Marine City. You will love this charming theater. We're excited to announce it's sister theater, The Riverbank Theater is expected to open up the street within the year.
- Riverbank Theatre is the same as above except this building seats 200.