Historical Marquette Audio Tour (full tour)
Purchase your copy of the tour below!
We recommend downloading while you have internet access (as opposed to solely cellular) as this is a large download.
Enjoy first person historical characters through an audio tour. Reflecting on the early days of Marquette is very entertaining when narrated by a variety of voices. You will learn from the people and events that shaped our community, such as a commercial fisherman, nurses through multiple eras, and a U.S. president.
Listen day or night, from the comfort of your own home or on a smart-phone while strolling through town.
1 hour, 8 min. 98 MB
This is an MP3 file. You can play it on your computer through music software, smart phone or tablet.
Music attribution: "Maybe" (1940), by The Ink Spots. Open source access 2020, Wikimedia Commons.
This is the full tour without separate audio tracks.
If you would prefer the tour as separate tracks for each of the eight stops, that can be purchased as a separate item called: Historical Marquette Audio Tour (Individual Tracks)
Once you receive your download link, only click once and wait for it to load (in order confirmation, or email). Do contact us with any questions during museum hours: 906-226-3571. Thank you.
Tour stops include:
1: The Marquette County Courthouse on Third Street, encompasses the block between Spring Street and Baraga Ave.
2, 3, 4: The old hospital campus in north of town, on Hebard Court, Magnetic St & College Ave.
5: 424 Cedar Street. Referencing, and can then walk by: the site of the Longyear Mansion on Cedar St between Arch and Ridge.
6: The Dandelion Cottage at 440 East Arch Street.
7: Lower Harbor commercial fishing dock off of Lakeshore Blvd.
8: The Bishop Baraga House at 615 South Fourth Street.