Saugatuck Arts, History & Culture

Come spend some time learning about the history of Saugatuck and the surrounding cities at one of the museums, art galleries and other historical sites!

Forever Curious Children’s Museum

“If you are looking for fun for the whole family, this museum needs to be your next stop! Their goal is to encourage children, of all ages and abilities, to experience hands on learning by offering safe, fun, inviting exhibits and programs. They were also named Favorite Find of the Entire Summer by Travel Editor, Julie Henning in Road Trips for Families.”

Location: Fennville, Mi.
Phone: 269.561.8494

The Old School House

“The Old School House, at 130 Center Street in downtown Douglas, was built in 1866 as the Douglas Union School and is home to indoor exhibits and a gallery of local artworks as well as an outdoor shipwreck exhibit and the 1-acre Back-in-Time Garden. Outdoor exhibits and garden open daily mid-spring to early November, The Old School House is open during the summer and early fall.”

Location: Douglas, Mi.
Phone: 269.857.5731

Express Yourself Art Barn

“a beautiful old barn, with soaring ceilings and hand hewn beams, built in 1880. Imagine that it has been turned into an art studio, a place where anyone, regardless of talent, can come and explore something new. Imagine an hour spent in bliss at the Art Barn, or imagine an entire day. Painting, mosaicing, fusing glass, stringing beads, throwing a pot on the wheel and more. Yes imagine!”

Location: Fennville, Mi.
Phone: 269.857.5566