The Michigan Museums Map indicates the museums, archaeological centers and archives of the state.
Jesse Besser Museum, Michigan Guild Gallery, Burton Memorial Tower, Gallery 212, Museum of Anthropology,
Historical Museum of Bay County, Cranbrook Art Museum and Flint Institute of Arts are some of the prominent museums of the State of Michigan. The museums of Michigan reflect the unique art and craft and archeological relics of the state. The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village of Dearborn portrays the rich history of the emergence of modernized cars of America. The Cranbrook Art Museum of Bloomfield Hills presents the unique art work of the state. The museum of Gallery 212 of Ann Arbor has a huge collection of antique pieces of art, paintings and sculptures. Situated in Ann Arbor, the Kelsey Museum of Archeology displays archeological remains of the ancient times. The Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts of Grand Rapids is a nurturing ground of modern art. The Institute display paintings of contemporary artists and organize exhibitions to promote modern art. The Grand Rapids Children’s Museum of Grand Rapid organizes various events for children and encourages them to take part in several extra-curricular activities. The Michigan State Map points out the accurate location of the museums of the state.
||Museum Location, Michigan (USA)
|Grand Rapids Art Museum|
|Jim Crow Museum Ferris State University, Big Rapids|
|Kellogg's Cereal City U.S.A. Battlecreek|
|Michigan State University Museum, East Lansing|
|Public Museum of Grand Rapids|
|The Detroit Institute of Arts|
|The Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village, Dearborn|
|The Kresge Art Museum Michigan State University, East Lansing|
|The University of Michigan Museum of Art Ann Arbor|
|The Wyandotte Museum, Wyandotte|