The Shrine of the Pines is a Log Cabin that has a bunch of furniture made out of tree trunks, roots, and fallen logs. A lot of the work took place in the 1920's. It is a fairly intresting place in a very beautiful setting near Baldwin, Michigan. The furniture is all extremely well made. There is a $5 oral... 更多
Have driven by this place since the 1970s and finally decided to take a look. Something that has been around that long, well, must be something to it. I spent $5.00 for the tour and glad I did, nice to get the background on this stuff and to understand that this was originally to be a hunting and fishing lodge... 更多
I called more than 4 months ago to check the days, dates and times this museum would be open. After being assured several times that the museum would be open on July 27, 2016, we made plans to drive out of our way to visit this attraction. You can imagine our frustration and disappointment when we drove there only to... 更多
We enjoyed taking our sons here 30 years ago and recently returned with their children. The interesting tour of the cabin and its hand carved furniture was just as we remembered and still worth seeing. The price is very reasonable and includes following the little trails around for a nice hike. The gift shop sells many hand made items at... 更多
We just wanted to take look inside so there was no charge.The tour is $4.00 ea. The furniture and everything inside was fascinating and beautiful. There is a nice little gift shop with handmade items. The prices were really reasonable and there were some nice things in there to buy. Nice place to spend a little time at.
After reading some of these reviews, I went thinking that I might be confronted with a closed door. That was most definitely not the case. The Shrine (under new management) is open and ready for visitors. The cost is a flat $5.00 (no senior/student discounts) but well worth it. My tour guide, Brady, gave a very informative 40 minute tour... 更多
We had driven by this many times and finally decided to stop. It is situated on the Pere-Marquette River and there are some small nature trails to walk. The interior of the place is fascinating; all kinds of furniture made from trees and trunks. It is well worth a visit.
Stopped here recently and totally enjoyed it. Had been there 40 to 50 years ago on a school field trip. The furniture is amazing and the admission fee is low. I'm glad the county was able to preserve this quirky place.
For a large group, including young children, I'd probably head to Jones' and get ice cream. BUT, the woodworking is amazing and the site/river are beautiful. The cost just seems disproportionate for a one room cabin.