MotorCities National Heritage Area
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Walker Tavern Historic Site

At the intersection of the Old Chicago Road and the Monroe Pike (now US 12 and M-50, Walker Tavern was a bustling stagecoach stop during Michigan's settlement era. During the early automotive years, it became a tourist destination and attracted motorists on day trips from Detroit and Chicago. A state historic park since the 1970s, it now provides a rest stop for travelers and a place to learn about Michigan's travel history.


Website
Phone: 517-467-4401

Address:
13220 M 50
Brooklyn, MI 49230

Hours:
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tues - Sun.

Fee:
Free