Port Huron Travel Guide
Welcome to Port Huron, MI!
Situated at the base of Lake Huron, Port Huron is the lifeblood of the St. Clair River manufacturing district and one of the oldest settlements in Michigan. Shoppers delight in the array of specialty shops, restaurants and art galleries found along Main Street's 11-block historic area. Journey through 300 years of local history and see displays of American Indian relics, marine items, memorabilia from boyhood resident Thomas Edison, and fine arts at the Port Huron Museum. Another piece of local history is featured at the Huron Lightship Museum, which showcases the last lightship on the Great Lakes, now a National Historic Landmark. Of course, Lake Huron supports a number of recreational activities, from fishing trips to dinner cruises. The Blue Water Bridge connects Port Huron to Sarnia, Ontario, a popular tourist destination in its own right with plenty of accommodations, attractions and amenities.
Established in 1967, this museum features a collection of 15,000 objects and archival items pertaining to the history and culture of the Blue Water area.
Hotels & Motels
The Best Western Hospitality Inn-Port Huron features an indoor pool, free breakfast, guest laundry facilities and more.
The Great Lakes Cruise Company offers many different cruises on ships of varying size throughout the Great Lakes.