The Besser Museum hosted their annual Log Cabin Day today and people got a chance to learn about history and much more. Besser Museum’s historical artifact collection includes material culture items that portray life and industries in Northeast Michigan.
Executive Director of The Besser Museum Chris Witulski said, “today the Besser Museum is hosting their annual Log Cabin Day event it’s always the last Saturday in June we open all our historic buildings the fossil park of course is open.”
The museum displays a replica of 1890s avenue of shops.
Museum Attendee Barb Meggert said, “we come and just see the history you know what my grandparents some of my great grandparents how they lived and it’s just very interesting to kind of take yourself back and look at it.”
You can also view prehistoric and Native American artifacts unique to this region. If you did not get a chance to attend this event don’t worry, The Besser Museum hosts Log Cabin Day every year at the end of June.