- TripBuzz discovered 19 different types of activities for couples in the Marquette area, including Sculpture Parks (like Lakenenland Sculpture Park), Other Adventures (like Iron Ore Heritage Trail), Breweries (like Blackrocks Brewery) and Winery/Vineyard (like St. Charles Brewhaus & Winery), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 13 date ideas in or near Marquette, Michigan, all of which are located within the city of Marquette.
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Highway M-28, across from Shot Point Road, Marquette, MI 49855 MoreLess Info
Marquette is host to the Lakenenland Sculpture Park, an outdoor art park that is open seven days a week. The sculptures are built by Tom Lakenen and are made from scrap iron and other metals.
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Rte 28 at Shot Point Drive, Marquette, MI 49855 MoreLess Info
Created by and named after artist and sculptor Tom Lakenen, the Lakenland Sculpture Park contains a collection of modern art sculptures. All sculptures are created using scrap iron and other 'junkyard' materials.
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220 West Washington Street, Suite 410, Marquette, MI 49855 MoreLess Info
Only minutes from the shores of Lake Superior, Downtown Marquette is the town's nerve center. This charming district features restaurants, banks, clothing stores, book shops, antique vendors and consignment boutiques.
Opened in 2012, the St. Charles Brewhaus & Winery is a business that produces wines, ciders, and numerous beer varieties for sale. Visitors to the brewery/winery have the opportunity to sample much of the selection the business has to offer.
Located in Marquette, Michigan, Marquette Mountain is a world-class ski resort that offers something for patrons of all ages. The Mountain has downhill ski trails of all difficulty grades, a special area for tubing, a snowboarding obstacle range and a warm, inviting lounge.
Part of Northern Michigan University's School of Art and Design, the DeVos Art Museum, in Marquette, Michigan was opened in February 2005. The museum, which features over 1,500 works of art, is the regional art museum for the Upper Peninsula.
Known as the world's largest wooden dome in the world, Superior Dome hosts football games for Northern Michigan University's Wildcats. In addition to football games, visitors can attend special events such as festivals, musical events, and expos.
The Moosewood Nature Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting nature and its inhabitants. Visitors to the center commonly enjoy having tours, seeing the animal exhibits, or having a birthday party.