Shopping in Manistee County

From airy outdoor market style shopping experiences to quaint and cozy indoor shops, Manistee County is sure to pique your shopping interest. You’ll have many wonderful opportunities to take home unique gifts, souvenirs and reminders of your visit while you explore the aubandance of fine shops, boutiques and galleries waiting for you around every corner of county.

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Foodie & Shopping Tour in Manistee

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Self-Guided Foodie & Shopping Tour


Make your way through Manistee County and explore all of the wonderful boutique shops we have to offer. Be sure to take your time, relax and pair your boutique shopping experience with the local flavors prepared by our area culinary experts.

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Sweet Sounds

Looking for live music and a place to enjoy a meal or liquid libation while spending time in Manistee County? Well, look no further because there are many places throughout the county where you can catch great local bands and jam along to your favorite...

Make it a ladies weekend

Start in the stores....Grab your group of girlfriends and let’s go north for the weekend!Experience downtown Boutique shopping where you receive a personal greeting from the owner who curated the items for your enjoyment.  When you shop in our boutiques...

Discover the Origins Walk

In October of 2022, the Manistee County Visitor’s Bureau unveiled an interpretive signage installation that had been in the works for a number of years. This collaborative project brought together organizations and agencies throughout the region to deliver a new way...

A Taste of Manistee

It’s early spring. The days are a little longer, the sun shines a bit brighter, trees start to sport a little green, and we are ready to get out and start exploring. Manistee welcomes you to the perfect destination for your spring getaway! Begin your exploration with...

The city of Manistee turns 150

During the first week in March of 1869, Manistee was granted a charter by the State Legislature officially making Manistee a city.  After the first charter election was held on March 15 of that year, a mayor was elected as were alderman for the city’s...

Kaleva Bottle House

In 1941, a unique home was built in Kaleva out of 60,000 glass bottles by John Makinen.   Mr. Makinen owned the local pop bottling factory so he used chipped or flawed bottles from his pop bottling factory for his house. It was designed with artistic...

On stage, screen & canvas

Enjoying entertainment, arts and culture in Manistee County comes with the added bonus of the natural beauty of Lake Michigan, forests and orchards, and dynamic historic architecture.At the Ramsdell Regional Center for the Arts, located in the City of...

Generations of Land: Farms in Manistee County

Farming in Manistee County is not just a job for the families who live and work here- it is part of their history and culture. Each individual farming family is unique in its own way, celebrating the traditions of ancestors through each crop they harvest...

Love the Night Life

After the sun sets over the frozen tundra of the Lake Michigan shoreline, attention turns to dining and entertainment to make for a fun evening in Manistee. Looking for a live performance on the big stage, a rousing game of cards, or a tub of popcorn at a historic...

A Passenger Ship Through the Past – Touring the S.S. City of Milwaukee

Written by: Andrew Allen Growing up in Manistee County somehow the S.S. City of Milwaukee always seemed to hide right in plain sight. I’d drive past the massive (347 foot passenger/railroad car) ferry without really giving it much thought. Finally, sometime in high...