The Lawton Heritage Museum is nestled in the huge wine cellars of the Lawton Lions Heritage Community Center in the village of Lawton. The center itself is a unique architectural structure of cobblestone located in the heart of the “Fruit Belt” of southwest Michigan. The 1903 structure, a state and national historic site, is the state’s oldest standing winery building which makes it a most appropriate setting for the Museum.
Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum
903 South Bailey Avenue - South Haven
269-637-3251 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Constructed in 1857, the Liberty Hyde Bailey museum is one of the oldest standing homes in South Haven and was the principal building of the 80-acre Bailey farm that pioneered peach and apple farming along Michigan's Fruit Belt. It was in this rural setting that America's preeminent horticulturalist, ecologist and poet Liberty Hyde Bailey was born (1858-1954). This National Historic Site honors the work and family of Liberty Hyde Bailey and chronicles South Haven's rich agricultural heritage.
Michigan Flywheelers Museum
06285 68th Street - South Haven
269-639-2010 / email@example.com
The Michigan Flywheelers Museum holds one of the largest annual "Antique Engine and Tractor Shows" in the state of Michigan every September. This group of volunteers is a 501(c)(3) organization of volunteers dedicated to the restoration and preservation of antique gas and steam engines and tractors. Open for season Memorial Day Weekend.
Michigan Maritime Museum
260 Dyckman Avenue - South Haven
269-637-8078 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Michigan Maritime Museum is unique among museums because it offers nearly a half dozen different sailing and river boat excursions on both historic and replica vessels.
210 Center Street - South Haven
Three screens feature first-run movies at old-time prices. Monday is Guest Night, 2 people for $8; Thursday, bring your own bag for free fresh popcorn. Matinees (starting before 6:00): $2.50 Children 12 and under: $2.50 for P and PG rated movies Adults: $4.00
Our Town Players
PO Box 94 - South Haven
South Haven's Community Theatre. Performances throughout the year. Check out our website for our upcoming events!
Renaissance and Papyrus
507 Phoenix Street - South Haven
269-637-7033 / email@example.com
Welcome to our gypsy caravan of gifts for your friends, your home, and YOURSELF! Come in and enjoy a feast of amazing clothing and jewelry, lotions and potions. Our beautiful linens and fabulous accessories are both fresh and classic. Explore South Haven's most intriguing papers, cards, and books. It's all here - even a secret garden! Shh!
South Haven Center for the Arts
600 Phoenix Street - South Haven
269-637-1041 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The South Haven Center for the Arts is the home of exhibitions and classes as well as many exciting programs year round. It is our mission to promote community enrichment through the arts. We also produce the South Haven Summer Art Fair on the first Sunday in July which attracts professional artists from across America.
South Haven Memorial Library
314 Broadway - South Haven
269-637-2403 / email@example.com
We are located in beautiful downtown South Haven, Michigan. We proudly offer over 54,000 materials including books, audio books, and magazines. We also offer downloadable media through our OverDrive program, many daily newspapers, free wireless internet, a community room for public use, many exciting children's programs, and so much more!
Open to Public:
Limit visit to 45 minutes/Facial covering required/6 ft. social distancing
Tuesdays 10am- 2pm
Thursdays 2pm - 6pm
Curbside service still available.
Request days - Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays 10am - 2pm
Email request to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 269-637-2403
Please limit to 5 items.
Staff member will call to schedule pick day.
Scheduled pick up days - Tuesdays & Saturdays 10am - 2pm & Thursdays 2pm - 6pm
South Haven's Historic Lighthouse
Water Street - South Haven
For over 100 years the lighthouse has guarded the entrance of the Black River. Thousands of South Haven lighthouse fan photos have circled the globe!
Southwest Michigan Artists Association
111 South Kalamazoo Street - Paw Paw
The Southwest Michigan Artists' Association exists to promote Artists, by helping them to develop their talent, providing a supportive environment in networking, and showcasing their art work. We provide classes in teaching art to children, and adults.
Sunset Drive-In Theatre
69071 Red Arrow Highway - Hartford
269-621-4194 / email@example.com
Since 1948 the Sunset Drive-in Movie Theater in Hartford Michigan has been delighting movie-going family’s, couples, and friends. This drive-in is the sister drive-in to the 5 Mile Drive in Theater in Dowagiac Michigan and is one of only nine drive-in theaters still in operation in Michigan.
The Art Box
515 Williams Street - South Haven
South Haven's paint and wine venue, where YOU become the artist! Let your creative juices flow - pour a glass of wine and stroke some paint onto a canvas! It's a unique and fun way to spend time with friends, celebrate a special occasion, foster team-building and/or unleash that hidden creative spirit within!
Van Buren County Historical Society
58471 Red Arrow Highway - Hartford
Operated by the Van Buren County Historical Society, this museum is housed in the historic 1884 county poorhouse. This building is on the state historic register. There are four floors of historic items, including a one-room school, a general store, housing period products and the music room highlights musical memorabilia.
White Oak Studio & Gallery
907 52nd Street - Pullman
Located under a canopy of White Oak's nestled at the edge of the Allegan Forest, the site offers a hand papermaking studio, summer arts workshops, "Picnic & Paper" gardens and meadows and the White Oak Blacksmithing Forge. In the gallery you will find art/home decor by Midwestern artists.
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South Haven/Van Buren County Convention and Visitors Bureau