Antique Village offers a wide variety of displays and shops for you to explore.
An authentic working recreation circa 1920. The smith specializes in hand-forged knives.
Features hand-carved animals and birds, woodturnings and handmade leather works.
A variety of homemade and heart-warming gifts.
Rug looming, quilting, handmade jewelry and crafts.
Serving up wholesome soups, sandwiches, and frybread.
Powered by a 3 hp Witte engine, our reciprocating-style Cutoff Saw trims logs to length for the saw mill
Dean’s Barber Shop
Relax in a vintage barber chair as our stylist cuts your hair any way you want it.
Fairbanks-Morse Diesel Engine
This 80 ton engine once powered a tugboat and, in its heyday, was capable of producing 3,000 hp at 200 revolutions per minute. <Click here to learn more>
Fiber Boutique and Candle Shop
Hand-spun and dyed yarns, knit and felted items, and handmade soaps and candles.
Our potager-style Garden combines flowers, herbs and vegetables in an informal manner. Around the Village, you’ll also find several heirloom plantings.
Have a seat in the shade.
Named after I Stephenson & Co, a large sawmill operation in the 1800s, the General Store offers baked goods, penny candy, hats, teapots, and much more.
Demonstrations of traditional off-hand glassblowing as well as the ancient arts of stained, fused and lamp worked glass.
Offering whole grain baked goods. You can also take home a pound or two of freshly ground cornmeal.
Ice Cream Shop
Enjoy hand-dipped cones in a 1930’s-style atmosphere.
During events, medical professionals are standing by to render first aid.
Honoring two soldiers who once owned land that would eventually become part of the Fairgrounds.
Planing Mill, Shingle Mill and Rock Crusher
See these machines in action during our Annual Show.
Observe the ancient art of throwing pottery on the wheel. A variety of beautiful functional pieces are for sale.
Explore the history of railroads in the U.P. The Upper Michigan Central Model Railroad Club also demonstrates the many diverse aspects of model railroading.
Learn about minerals and watch rock drill demonstrations.
Steam-Powered Saw Mill
Once used in Rapid River Michigan, our restored saw mill was made by the Standard Saw Mill Mchy Co. and has a 1869 patent date. During our Annual Show, the Port Huron stationary steam engine that powers the mill also heats the water for our famous Steamed Corn.
A faithful reproduction of a circa 1905 classroom created with antique pieces from an area school.
Explore the history of communication from 1800s telegraph equipment to modern ham radio.
The Wooly Sock
Beautiful hand-crafted yarns, hats scarves and soap.
Our circa 1920 Windmill pumps non-potable water.