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The memorial is very nice, but the presentations might need a wipe-down or replacement. I like the walk. I thought the presentation did a nice job of explaining who Father Marquette was.
Nice big park and a short hike to the memorial and a bit longer to the overlook. The french priest and explorer is credited with being the earliest explorer in the area. As a missionary he learned the local languages, Apparently there was also a museum about his past, and it burned in 2000. The park is very nice, it... 更多
I have read about Father Marquette a long time ago and had forgotten how important he was to the State of Michigan and particularly the native people of the north. This is a great refresher of a great first time infusion of history.
A simple explanation about the importance! He was evidently the Lewis and Clark of the Great Lakes. Visited the exhibit and heard his story as well as seeing the route mapped of his exploration. Another great view of bridge when you walk path and climb the stairs! Well done, precise and understandable.
This museum is not overwhelming with data, but gives a concise history with highlights and descriptions of local buildings that explain well the French and native settlement of this area and its impact on the culture.
Found this on my nightly walk-a nice place to visit for a short 10-15 minutes. Pretty fountain area near the gravesite. Gift shop is well stocked.
It's hidden away on a side road, but well worth the time to visit. Just a short walk from the parking lot is the memorial to Father Marquette. The map on the floor is very interesting to view. It really is amazing how much territory he traveled in such a short time and under such extreme conditions in a canoe... 更多
This exhibit really brings to life the history of both Fr Marquette and the French Jesuits who were the first... 更多