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

Find a place to grab a bite and shop local in Manistee County


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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Mortimer E. Cooley Bridge

I can’t count how many times I’ve traveled across M-55 to get to Manistee County from the east side of the state.  What I recently learned is that right before the village of Wellston, you will cross one of Michigan's rarest truss bridges. The Cooley...

Brew. Spirits. Wine. & Great Grub

Join in the fun at these awesome spots in Manistee County that offer brew and spirits. In addition, several of these locations are also restaurants. Make sure to check out the accompanying Brew & Spirits map on page 34 to set your route. Bluefish Kitchen+Bar:(312...

Vogue Theater

Built in 1938, in the then popular Art Deco Style, the Vogue was part of a large Midwestern chain owned by the Butterfield Theaters. The 935 seat theater continued to operate as a single screen until Butterfield Theaters sold it in 1985 and it was changed...

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...

Toni’s Top Ten

Hands down my favorite place in town. The Ramsdell Theatre is bursting with magic, music, and art, as well as incredible history and architecture. You can catch a play, see concerts and if you are lucky, wander over into Hardy Hall to view some of our treasured local...

Little River. Big Fun.

The Pure Michigan campaign is well exemplified in Manistee County which is full of beautiful sites and scenery. Off the beaten path and on the shores of Lake Michigan, it is a recreational paradise that more people discover each year. When they arrive,...

Through the Glass – A Photographer’s Eye on Manistee County

Written By: Andrew Allen  Manistee is easily one of the most scenic counties in Michigan, so (although thrilled) we weren’t surprised when Pure Michigan decided to begin its Fall and Seek campaign here. Over the next 3 days we were blessed to have photographer Dan...

Manistee’s Big Four Railroads

To take a glance into the past is to delve into the world of yesterday where how people lived, worked, dressed, and traveled can all at once be foreign and similar to the way in which we live today. With Manistee’s place in history as a towering lumber...

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...