Where science, history & art connect for all ages
Directions4737 Fuller Road
East Jordan, MI 49727
We are located between East Jordan and Boyne City, just off C-48 at Pearsall Road and in Mile 15 of the Breezeway.
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Admission$10 per person.
Babies (under 1 year old) in strollers and backpacks are free.
Average visit is 2 to 3 hours and is appropriate for any age. Picnic table available for lunches and snacks.
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Raven Hill is one of 6 sites in Michigan for the Smithsonian Water/Ways exhibit tour. The Michigan Humanities Council will partner with Raven Hill to present the Museum on Main Street exhibit at Raven Hill from Aug 11 to Sep 23 of 2018.
Water-related programs will be presented by Raven Hill & local water, history and arts organizations during the 6-week exhibit both at Raven Hill and at other sites in the community.
Raven Hill is open noon to 4pm over school breaks for Discovery Days. Open Friday, March 23rd thru Sunday, April 15th. Come learn, create, grow and play with us.
FREE (Families Reaching for Educational Excellence) Second Saturdays happen every month. Next up is Saturday, April 14th.
Volunteer Day is the first Monday of each month. Come around 10 am to help whittle away at the refrigerator list of tasks. At noon, enjoy a potluck lunch and then head home or help out some more! Other opportunities: helping with field trip groups. A Volunteer Recruitment Event is scheduled for Thursday, May 17 from 2-4pm. Enjoy a bite to eat, a short presentation and a tour. For reservations or more information, call 231.536.3369 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy the hands-on museum, exotic animals, natural history and periodic rooms indoors and then head outdoors to explore. Make music in the Earth Tones Music Garden; discover the geologic history of the earth along the Exploring Beyond Jurassic Park walk, play in the One Room Schoolhouse, have fun at the accessible Tree House and then head over the boardwalk to the Ancient World with its pyramid, sphinx, Roman arch, obelisk and Easter Island head.
Night Sky Event
Join us from 8:00 pm to 11:30 pm on Sunday, April 22nd, for a Night Sky Event. Enjoy the Lyrid meteor showers with local astronomer, Patrick Stonehouse.