Ludington Area Center for the Arts organizes events, exhibits, cultural collaboration opportunities and works to support local artists, and much more.
Sandcastles Children’s Museum
Historic White Pine Village allows visitors to travel back in time to see small town Michigan life as it was the late 1800s and early 1900s. Set on 13 beautiful acres overlooking Lake Michigan, visitors can visit more than 30 museums inside original buildings that depict Mason County’s history.
The Mitten Bar is a popular venue for live music and craft beer.
Western Michigan Fair is held every year at the Mason County Fairgrounds.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Freedom Festival Parade takes place around July 4th and features floats, bands, politicians, local residents, and the Scottville Clown Band. Thousands line Ludington Avenue to watch this hometown parade as it marches downtown from Madison Street to Lakeshore Drive.
Aglow on the Avenue lights up the streets every year on the Saturday following Thanksgiving.