1065 M-37 S.
Traverse City, MI 49684
Phone: (231) 943-3040
Fax: (231) 943-9559
1065 M-37 S., Traverse City, MI, US, 49684
- Phone: (231) 943-3040
- Fax: (231) 943-9559
Arts & Museums
Providing a boost to the art and live music scene of Traverse City, the InsideOut Gallery has a plethora of events scheduled throughout the year. This multipurpose space, which is spread across more than 7000 square feet (650 square meters) mostly supports the Lowbrow Art movement and houses a number of sculptures, paintings digital artworks and collages depicting characters from comic books from the past. Apart from the changing art exhibits, the gallery also hosts concerts of various local as well as touring bands. After attending a show or an exhibition walk into its cocktail lounge where you can relax and unwind. Check out their website for more information.
Set within the campus of the Northwestern Michigan College and opened in 1991, the Dennos Museum Center beckons to families, friends and visitors to come and partake of its wide offerings which span architecture, installations, sculptures, artifacts, paintings, etc. Lectures, workshops, classes and similar events are organized for adults while toddlers and preschoolers have their own educational program. The performing arts too are suitably represented in their fabulous auditorium. Check website for more details.
Home to a large collection of vintage music instruments and music machines, Music House Museum gathers and restores several types of automated music machines. Providing a peek into the history of automated music, the Museum educates its visitors about its impact on culture and technology of this region. Located in a renovated 12,000-square-foot (1115-square-meter) white barn, the Museum houses instruments like 1924 Wurlitzer Theater Organ and a 97-key Mortimer Dance Organ, among others. Visitors can not only see these antique instruments, but also hear them play. The Museum also sees special exhibits and concerts, and is one of the best Museums of Michigan.