On the water and off, South Haven is full of history. From ship wrecks to the history of blueberry farming, you can indulge yourself into the way of life on Big Blue through out the years.
|Home of vessels Friends Good Will, Lindy Lou, USCG 36460 & Bernida, the Maritime Museum offers you a jump back in time from the boats, the lake, and everything in between. Learn the history of Lake Michigan and then take a ride on one of their historic vessels!
|Take a leap back in time! Located on close to 80 acres, the museum features displays of old farm machinery, a sawmill and shingle mill along with Olde Town, a 1920s era community filled with businesses like Over The Forge blacksmith shop, Abbert & Sons Farm Machinery Repair, Old Tyme Jail, and an adorable one room church.
|With Enrichment Through the Arts being the main goal, The South Haven Center for Arts Provides Opportunities for the Community to Explore, Discover and Experience the Arts. With Local artists from preschool up, as well as traveling artists, classes and events, as well as organizing the annual Art Fair, SH Center for the Arts has been a staple for the South Haven Community.