137 West St.
Gaylord, MI 49735
Phone: (989) 732-7541
Fax: (989) 732-0930
Arts & Museums
One of the biggest tourist attractions in Gaylord, MI, the Call of the Wild Museum is a delightful museum-cum-gift shop. Displaying animals common in North America like elk, whitetails, and many more in natural settings and backgrounds, the museum also features a small auditorium and a section of hunting tools. The family-run museum and gift shop makes for an interesting visit.
Fire & Clay Pottery is sure to be of interest to all art and craft lovers. Drop in at this gallery and see the artworks and creations in clay, most of them made by local artists and craftsmen. And if you are one of those interested in learning a new art, you can sign up for some pottery classes as well. Discover the magic of clay as you can make and design pots, decorative items and even jewelry.
Boyne City Historical Museum, located within the City Hall, is a mirror to the life and likes of the early settlers of Boyne City. Deeply embedded in history, this museum holds everything from the mode of transport to the basic business of the ex-residents of Boyne. The museum is artistically cluttered with historical photographs, artifacts, old utensils, stoves and other paraphernalia of the era gone by.
Jordan River Arts Center, operated by the Jordan River Arts Council, is a beautiful artistic space located in downtown East Jordan. With an aim to promote local art and culture, the center features art and craft exhibits that boast of the city's cultural heritage. The center hosts exhibitions, workshops and other art related events on a regular basis. It is a perfect destination for those who love to enjoy these artistic marvels. Check website for further details.