Drummond Island Museum

33492 S. Water Street

Drummond Island, MI  49726

 Phone: 906-493-5746

Curator:  Audrey Moser

Open:  May 25 - October 15
Hours: 7 days 1pm to 5pm

FREE ADMISSION
Donations appreciated. - Handicap accessible

Museum in Winter

Entrance and Chimney

This local museum emphasizes artifacts of Indians, Finnish farmers, and Yankee settlers from the island's early historical period. Other displays cover the British Fort Drummond, the lumber era, sporting camps, ferry boars, and the island's rich fishing and boating history. All housed in our new museum constructed of hand-hewn Drummond Island logs. The fireplace has been made from the stones of a chimney at Fort Drummond.