Stevens T Mason Monument
1227 Griswold Street
Detroit, MI 48226
+1 313 202 1800 (Tourist Information)
Only 22 when he became the first Governor of Michigan, Steven T. Mason has brought about many important advances in fields of education since then. Fondly remembered as the Boy Governor, Mason has been interred and reinterred many times. His final resting place is, aptly, beneath a beautiful bronze sculpture of himself over a granite pedestal designed by the artist Albert Weinert. The statue portrays Mason in a confident posture fit for a reigning Governor.