Michigan's National Historic Landmarks
A National Historic Landmark is a historic building, site, structure, object or district that represents an outstanding aspect of American history and culture and embodies national significance. Fewer than 2,600 historic places bear this national distinction, including 42 sites in Michigan. Many are popular tourist destinations; others are less well known. Explore Michigan’s National Historic Landmarks here, then plan your own trip to discover their contributions to history! Note that these sites are owned by both public and private entities, so not all NHLs are publicly accessible.Learn More
National Historic Landmarks
National Historic Landmarks (NHLs) are historic places that hold national significance. The U.S. Secretary of the Interior designates these places as exceptional because of their abilities to illustrate the heritage of our nation. Explore Michigan's 42 designated NHL resources using this interactivce map.