The island is famous for its well-preserved Victorian-era architecture and historical sites.
Step back in time to a place where cars are not allowed, and you can get away from it all by taking in the natural beauty of the island and Lake Huron, or enjoying the historic forts, one-of-a-kind golf courses, horse-drawn carriage tours and the world-famous Grand Hotel.
Known for its scenic beauty, historic charm, and unique transportation system Mackinac Island covers an area of about 3.8 square miles (9.8 square kilometers) and is approximately 8 miles (13 kilometers) in circumference. The island is famous for its well-preserved Victorian-era architecture and historical sites. The downtown area, known as Main Street, is lined with charming shops, restaurants, and hotels housed in beautiful 19th-century buildings. Many of these establishments retain their original architecture and provide a glimpse into the island’s rich history.
Overall, Mackinac Island offers a unique blend of history, natural beauty, and a relaxed, car-free atmosphere. It has become a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors from around the world who come to experience its charm, explore its historic sites, and enjoy the island’s idyllic setting.Book your stay on Mackinac Island