2019 Michigan Archaeology Day
Here's your chance to meet archaeologists, to learn of their research and to see one-day-only exhibits from their excavations and underwater explorations.
The day will include:
Family-friendly hands-on activities
Exhibitors & special displays
A scavenger hunt with a chance to win prizes
Archaeology Roadshow where the public can bring an artifact to show our experts
Bring friends, family and future archaeologists to explore this special exhibit on October 19. Free parking and free admission included!
Michigan Archaeology Day is a joint program of the Michigan History Center, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Michigan Economic Development Corporation and the State Historic Preservation Office.
The Michigan History Museum, part of the Michigan History Center is a nationally accredited museum located in the east wing of the Michigan Library and Historical Center, on the north side of Kalamazoo Street, two blocks east of M. L. King Jr. Boulevard. The museum is open year-round. For more information, call 517-373-3559 or visit Michigan.gov/museum.