The Leelanau Historical Museum is located in Leland, overlooking the Carp (Leland) River. The museum’s exhibits are designed “to reflect the cultural history of the Leelanau Peninsula and its islands from the time of first human habitation.” The displays change every few month and are always beautifully presented. The Anishnabek Exhibit is a permanent exhibit devoted to baskets created by local Odawa artists.
Cool things to do: checkout the Leland Library located in the same building and the Old Art Building right down the street.
For more information on the museum, visit their website.