Great collection of artifacts and stories and all for FREE! Highly suggest you make a donation to keep this going, spoke with the owners wife after our tour, what a wealth of information she provided, wished we could have stayed for lunch at Mama Mia's pizzeria which is below the museum
I've visited a few times as a kid and always loved it. Recently went back as an adult with my mother and enjoyed reminiscing and seeing all the sights.
This museum is on the top floor of the Mama Mia's pizza restaurant. Its an excellent place to learn how the Mackinaw Bridge was built. Also very interesting. Its free to visit and would be a nice place for adults and children to see the tools used, logbooks, and many other interesting pieces of history.
Over Mama Mia's Pizza. A great tribute to the men who built the Macinaw Bridge. Don't forget: if you are (or were) part of the Iron workers Union you can get 20% of your(and your group's) order downstairs
I didn't care about visiting this museum, but my husband wanted to go to visit because he remembers it as a kid. I didn't think much of the museum at all and he agreed it wasn't as impressive as it once was, but it's free!
This intimate and free museum honors the iron workers that built the Mackinac Bridge as well as the iron workers of today. There are hard hats from and artifacts from the build, plus movies that tell the story. Any history buff would be intrigued by the displays. It is located upstairs of Mama Mia's Pizza where you can get a... 更多
This was the weirdest thing I've ever seen. There is a too with a model if the bridge, a room full if hard hats, and a theater showing a a movie about how the bridge was built. That's it. Museum? And you had to walk through a pizza parlor to the back and up a narrow staircase to get there.... 更多
The museum is located above Mama Mia’s Pizza. While we waited for our food, we went upstairs and walked through the museum that tells the story about the construction of the Mackinac Bridge. At the top of the stairs are some household antiques and furniture. They have lots of interesting photos and newspaper clippings about the bridge. Based on the... 更多