Museums in Saginaw County
CASTLE MUSEUM OF SAGINAW
The Castle Museum of Saginaw County History museum is located in downtown Saginaw, home to a rich and vibrant history of Saginaw County. It houses three floors of exhibits and displays including Saginaw County Sports Hall of Fame, Lumbering and Automotive era.
FRANKENMUTH HISTORICAL MUSEUM
Housed in a former hotel from 1905, this multi-gallery museum hosts exhibits on Frankenmuth history.
CHESANING HISTORICAL MUSEUM
Located in a late-19th century church building, this museum exhibits Chesaning area historical artifacts and information.
BRIDGEPORT HISTORICAL MUSEUM
The township of Bridgeport is one of the oldest in Saginaw County, the first settlers arrived in 1835. Tour the historical village with 6 buildings including a museum, school, Greek revival house, old barn, replica fire hall, and old town hall.
ST. CHARLES, MI
ST. CHARLES AREA MUSEUM
St. Charles Area Museum is committed to perserving and protecting our past, present and future. It offers many displays that focuses on the rich history in St. Charles, Brant, Swan Creek and Fremont Township. A 1941 Chessie caboose is on site and available for walk throughs.