- Our list of the best things to do in New Buffalo, Michigan, features the top 63 nearby activities — including 25 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- New Buffalo, MI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 16 things to do within the city of New Buffalo, MI , followed by 47 popular activities in nearby cities, including Michigan City, Chesterton, St. Joseph, South Bend, LaPorte, Benton Harbor, Valparaiso, Saugatuck and Michigan City
Escape to Shady Creek Winery on the southern shore of Lake Michigan to enjoy custom-crafted wines next to rustic fireplaces or out on the expansive patio. Also featuring local artists, live music and wedding or private party accommodations.
More than just a bowling alley, Lakeshore Lanes provides fun activities for the entire family. Along with bowling, the alley also offers karaoke on Sundays, weekly poker tournaments and a concession stand for added convenience.
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The only lighthouse in the state of Indiana is the Old Lighthouse Museum in Michigan City. See exhibits detailing Lake Michigan shipwrecks, climb the lantern tower and discover maritime history from the 1800's.
The 140-acre Washington Park is located on Lake Michigan's south shore. Featuring two miles of beach, the Oasis Splash Park, a marina, public fishing, boat launches, picnic shelters, concessions, and even a zoo, this is one of the most popular parks in northern Indiana. During the holidays, the park is transfor…
While visiting the beach and park along Lake Michigan, you can also enjoy a visit to Washington Park Zoo, which first opened in 1928. The 15-acre zoo houses more than 90 species in exhibits like alligators, wolves, tigers and more. A 70-foot-tall stone observation tower, which can be climbed with 220 steps. The…
Known as the 'House that Freight Cars Built', the Barker Mansion preserves the legacy of a founding father of the rail car industry, John H. Baker. Featuring space for private events, guided tours to experience the period opulence, and a schoolroom tour.
Walnut Ink Projects is an art gallery that was founded in 2010 and features live workspace, retail merchandise, and event rentals. The gallery holds a variety of workshops including snowboard works and textile workshops.
Featuring historical architecture, Mainstreet Theater is a performing arts center. An intimate environment, it is a venue for plays, theater and other live performances including a regularly scheduled open mic night.