The Castle Museum of Saginaw County History is located in a historical building and educates visitors and locals in the cultural and historical heritage of Saginaw County. Changing and traveling exhibits are on display, as well as a permanent collection of over 100,000 artifacts.
Featuring a variety of exhibits that focus on Catholic heritage, this museum is located in the St. Casimir Church in Saginaw.
Aiming to educate people on Juneteenth and slavery issues, this museum features permanent and traveling exhibits. Performing arts, workshops, festivals and seminars are also held at this museum.
Located in a restored Pere Marquette Railroad depot, the Saginaw Railroad Museum was established in 1982. Educating visitors in trains and railroad technology, this museum features displays of artifacts, tools and often offers educational lectures. An Alco RS-1 locomotive is on display. Call to find out the hours of operation.
Saginaw Art Museum has a permenant collection from Germany, Spain, France and the Netherlands. This museusm includes 15 samples of woodcuts, manuscripts, decorative arts, religious sculptures and paintings from the 15th through 18th centuries.