Old Cadillac Architectural Self-Guided Tour
The Cadillac Architectural Self-guided Walking Tour has 16 sites for you to enjoy along a 2-mile walk through the streets of Old Cadillac. Explore the city through the eyes of the late 19th Century. The 1880’s lumber boom in Michigan brought wealth to Cadillac and the construction of the architecturally significant structures that surround our historic downtown district. History lovers have been drawn to the area for generations to pay homage to a time gone-by, represented in the brick and mortar that still stands today. *This is an exterior ONLY tour*
The tour starts on the east end of Lake Cadillac and meanders through the city streets leading to 16 historic sites. Along the way, be sure to explore the offerings of the museums and historic organizations of the Cadillac Area.
We hope you enjoy your self-guided tour of the rich history of Cadillac. For additional information visit the Wexford County Historical Museum.