9040 Holly Road
Grand Blanc, MI 48439
Phone: (810) 694-0000
Fax: (810) 694-0155
Arts & Museums
Many periods, including the agriculture era and Victorian age, are displayed and exhibited in this two floor interactive museum with displays including Indian relics, antique toys, and military memorabilia.
One of Michigan's finest museums, this museum was founded in 1928 and features a collection of over 6,500 extraordinary objects which represent a diversity of cultures ranging from ancient Rome and Asia to contemporary America and Europe.
The dramatic history of the birth of General Motors from the early 20th century to the present is the focus of this museum. The museum features over 600 artifacts and photographs including rare antique automobiles, colorful neon signs, original film footage, period clothing, and household furnishings.
The largest planetarium in Michigan, this planetarium features 285 seats under an impressive 60 foot dome, as well as popular hands-on science activities which allow families to have fun while learning about science. Laser light shows are also presented periodically featuring both rock music and family oriented music.
The largest collection of vintage Buicks, automotive memorabilia, and research archives in the nation is housed at this unique museum where visitors can also enjoy the 1940s soda fountain of Mackenzie's Drug Store or take a seat in the museum's climb-on car, a 1917 Buick Touring.
You'll find a number of exhibits, publications, and educational programs pertaining to the history and cultural development in and around Flushing at this museum. You may also research local history and genealogy records.
Restored 1888 Railroad Depot displaying artifacts from the Flushing area, National recognition received form Edmund Love's book: "Situation in Flushing."
Housed inside a 100-year old building, the Durand Union Station is a railway museum that pays homage to the city's rich historic past. The stunning depot has been wonderfully preserved and boasts some interesting permanent exhibits that never fail to take visitors by surprise.
The original settlers of Oakland County did not know about mass production yet, so the artifacts found at the Pioneer Museum are authentic and hand-made. The collection, found in the lower level of the Carriage House, is made of tools and other objects from the 19th Century to the early 20th Century. Please call ahead for tour schedules.
This exhibition displays clothing from the 1800s to the early 1900s, along with military wear from Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War I, and World War II. Please call or see website for more information.
The Creative Arts Center in Pontiac offers classes for locals to become artists, and also has an on-site gallery that exhibits local and national artists alike. The arts center also hosts various events through out the year. Call or check out the website for the current exhibits, upcoming class schedules, and more!