Located in the restored railroad depot in downtown Grayling, the museum offers a trip to the 19th and 20th centuries. It is a nostalgic jaunt through the lumbering era when Grayling was a leading participant. The depot was scheduled to be demolished but a community effort saved it.
The grounds also include a railroad caboose, a military building dedicated to local ex-military personnel and to Camp Grayling, a trapper’s cabin, and an old fashioned firefighting station.
2012 Hours: The museum will only be open on week ends starting Sept 1 till after the Harvestfest Oct 6 & 7 from 12 noon to 4 p.m. It will then will close for the season.