Fort Gratiot Light Station
The Fort Gratiot Light Station, built in 1825 and rebuilt in 1829 and 1861, was the first lighthouse on Lake Huron and is the oldest working lighthouse in Michigan.
2802 Omar Street
Great Lakes Maritime Center at Vantage Point
GLMC, situated at the junction of the Black River and St. Clair River, is a great spot to view the river traffic and offers opportunities to learn the history of the Great Lakes.
51 Water Street
Huron Lady Cruises
Huron Lady Cruises give a refreshing sightseeing tour by boat. The 1.5 hour cruise takes place in the St. Clair River then goes under the two Blue Water Bridges into Lake Huron.
207 Water Street
Climb aboard the Huron Lightship for a look at the crews quarters and hear stories about the Huron’s duties.
800 Prospect Place
Knowlton’s Ice Museum
Enter into the past when ice was delivered to your door by horse and wagon!
317 Grand River Avenue
Port Huron Museum Carnegie Center
The Carnegie Center, one of four Port Huron Museum sites is home to thousands of objects and archival items relating to the history, pre-history and culture of the Blue Water Area.
1115 6th Street
St. Clair County Community College
SC4 has a wide range of events and activities for all ages throughout the year. From the Experience Center and its Dr. Bassam H. Nasr Natural Science Museum to one-of-a-kind art galleries, free concerts, theatre productions, sporting events, the iconic SC4 Tower and much more, there's never a dull moment on campus.
323 Erie Street
Studio 1219 is an art gallery focusing on nurturing art and culture in the Blue Water Area.
1219 Military Street
Thomas Edison Depot Museum
Visit this interactive museum on the waterfront for a hands-on experience of Thomas Edison’s inventions and experiments.
510 Thomas Edison Parkway.
USCGC Bramble (United States Coast Guard Cutter)
The retired USCGC Bramble (WAGL/WLB-392) is one of 39 180-foot Seagoing Buoy Tenders designed and built in the early 1940s for the U.S. Coast Guard.
2336 Military Street