Biddle House, Mackinac Island

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Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Biddle House is a historic house and fur trade shop space, built before 1800 on Market Street on Mackinac Island in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is part of Mackinac Island State Park. It is a Michigan Registered Site and a contributing resource to Mackinac Island's status as a National Historic Landmark.
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  • Included in the Fort entry, so save your receipt that has a scancode on it. Easy to walk through and read the large font text on the room to room exhibits. Takes less than an hour.  more »
  • We purchased tickets to the fort and were able to use them here as well. Very quick, enjoyable time walking through the exhibit. I wish there was more to it!  more »
  • Fun little house to see 1820s living. Includes a visit with a blacksmith.
  • The Biddle house is possible the oldest house Michigan as parts of it date from 1780. It's is very much an interesting place as the place has been completely restored. There are several people who reenact how the kitchen would be, how a blacksmith operated and another just to answer questions.

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