- 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Today, feel free to visit as many or as few as you like and craft your own experience on our included Hop-On Hop-Off tours.
INCLUDED SHORE EXCURSIONS:
Sayklly’s Confectionary & Gifts
Set your sweet tooth free at Sayklly’s Confectionary & Gifts. Established in 1906, this family-owned candy store has been in the business for over a century and has made quite a name for itself throughout Michigan and beyond. Featured on The Food Network and more, Sayklly’s creates delectable homemade, hand-dipped chocolates, candies, and much more. You won’t find machine-made humdrum here, Sayklly’s sweets are made the old-fashioned way with recipes that have been passed down for generations. Stop by and taste the difference!
Delta County Chamber of Commerce
The Delta County Chamber of Commerce is a network of local businesses that have been serving the community for over 100 years. With over 650 businesses, the chamber provides the businesses of Delta County with a healthy and fair business environment. The Chamber is also home to the Webster Marble: Inventing the Outdoors Museum and the U.P. Military Museum.
Webster Marble: Inventing the Outdoors Museum
Not unlike the cash crops of the American South, lumber was the exceptional export of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in the late 19th century. In the 1880s, an illustrious “land-looker” by the name of Webster Marble moved to the Upper Peninsula. Spending most of his time outdoors, Marble began to dream up innovative tools that would make his work safer and more efficient. At the Webster Marble: Inventing the Outdoors Museum, discover the ingenuity and marketing genius of the timber-cruiser-turned-entrepreneur through a massive collection of artifacts and informative exhibits. Webster Marble developed groundbreaking axes, knives, compasses, and much more that transformed the Upper Peninsula into a hub for all things outdoors.
U.P. Military Museum
Explore the dramatic displays dedicated to the brave men and women of the Upper Peninsula who served the United States from the days of the Civil War, when Michigan was just earning its statehood through the World Wars and today. Each engaging exhibit is sure to capture your attention within seconds, allowing you to experience the rarely told tales of the military, from the Native American sharpshooters of the Civil War to the Polar Bears, a group of soldiers comprised of many Michiganders who fought in the frozen tundra of Russia. As you uncover the stories of these heroes at your own pace, you will gain an appreciation and understanding of their valiant efforts.
William Bonifas Fine Arts Center
Admire the outstanding collection of artistic works at the William Bonifas Fine Arts Center. Named for “Big Bill” Bonifas, the arts center has been providing the Upper Peninsula with a space to view spectacular pieces in addition to hosting local art classes and community events. The Bonifas features a vast permanent collection for visitors to explore, and often showcases up-and-coming local artists in their gallery exhibits.