Michigan Whitetail Hall Of Fame Museum

★★★★★
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517-937-0533

4220 Willis Rd

Grass Lake, MI

49240

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GREAT PLACE. The owner was very friendly, and the Deer were not shy at all. The baggy of apples were a dollar, i would suggest getting 3 or 4.
The price was 5 bucks each for me and my wife and 1 dollar apiece for my teens.
This place would be great for those traveling in the area, because you can stay for a long time or if you just want to feed the deer you could be in and out in 15 minutes.

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GREAT PLACE. The owner was very friendly, and the Deer were not shy at all. The baggy of apples were a dollar, i would suggest getting 3 or 4.
The price was 5 bucks each for me and my wife and 1 dollar apiece for my teens.
This place would be great for those traveling in the area, because you can stay for a long time or if you just want to feed the deer you could be in and out in 15 minutes.

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this place was awesome, are son loved it and we are actually wanting to go back but not sure if they are still open, way worth it!

5
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this place was awesome, are son loved it and we are actually wanting to go back but not sure if they are still open, way worth it!

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Visited to see the Museum for ourselves and decide whether to take our two Grandsons. We were very impressed with the museum, deer and the entire complex. Craig answered questions about Albino deer as well as other questions. Many other visitors today including lots of kids. Very Nice.

5
★★★★★

Visited to see the Museum for ourselves and decide whether to take our two Grandsons. We were very impressed with the museum, deer and the entire complex. Craig answered questions about Albino deer as well as other questions. Many other visitors today including lots of kids. Very Nice.

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I thought the Museum was very nice. I read the reviews before I went let me tell you I wasn't sure if I wanted to take my family. But I took the chance an I did it anyways. I was glad I did. A man came to the side and greated us he was very nice. Then he told us where everything was and went on his way . Once we were done looking at that we bought 3 bags of apples for $1 ea and we feed the deer. My boys were in hevean.Must go wonderfull pic's Adults $5kids$1

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I thought the Museum was very nice. I read the reviews before I went let me tell you I wasn't sure if I wanted to take my family. But I took the chance an I did it anyways. I was glad I did. A man came to the side and greated us he was very nice. Then he told us where everything was and went on his way . Once we were done looking at that we bought 3 bags of apples for $1 ea and we feed the deer. My boys were in hevean.Must go wonderfull pic's Adults $5kids$1

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We just returned from the Whitetail Hall of Fame and the experience was great. The exhibits in the museum were visually spectacular and made for a very easy self guided tour. The host was very friendly and showed us around the facility. He was very helpful. We especally liked the live display of albino deer and all of the non-whitetail taxidermy on display, too.. we would definitely give this inexpensive little tour a two thumbs up! Worth the trip!

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We just returned from the Whitetail Hall of Fame and the experience was great. The exhibits in the museum were visually spectacular and made for a very easy self guided tour. The host was very friendly and showed us around the facility. He was very helpful. We especally liked the live display of albino deer and all of the non-whitetail taxidermy on display, too.. we would definitely give this inexpensive little tour a two thumbs up! Worth the trip!

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The Michigan Whitetail Hall of Fame Museum is the coolest place to experience the allmighty Whitetail Deer. Very informative and educational. A must see for anyone who loves the great outdoors, wildlife, and of course Deer! A very fun place for the whole family! Craig the owner operator is a top notch great guy! Hunters will really appreciate all the world record trophy mounts and beautiful live deer. You have to see this place to believe it, it's well worth the trip! They also sell deer antlers and all kinds of whitetail memorabilia and souvenirs. Plan on spending a couple hours here, I could spend all day at this place!!! Jamie Darnell.

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The Michigan Whitetail Hall of Fame Museum is the coolest place to experience the allmighty Whitetail Deer. Very informative and educational. A must see for anyone who loves the great outdoors, wildlife, and of course Deer! A very fun place for the whole family! Craig the owner operator is a top notch great guy! Hunters will really appreciate all the world record trophy mounts and beautiful live deer. You have to see this place to believe it, it's well worth the trip! They also sell deer antlers and all kinds of whitetail memorabilia and souvenirs. Plan on spending a couple hours here, I could spend all day at this place!!! Jamie Darnell.

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We visited the museum on Father's Day all the way from MS. The museum was open & we received a very gracious welcome from the owner, Craig. You do have to go around back, if he's teaching a tennis lesson, but he will let you in to enjoy the museum. The museum is filled wall to wall to all with kinds of whitetail mounts & memorabilia. It is the best whitetail museum I have ever been to. The more you look, the more there is to see. There are live deer, including albinos,out back that are a joy to see. You can purchase apples to feed them too. Craig took much time in showing us his awesome museum. It was a visit well worth repeating.

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We visited the museum on Father's Day all the way from MS. The museum was open & we received a very gracious welcome from the owner, Craig. You do have to go around back, if he's teaching a tennis lesson, but he will let you in to enjoy the museum. The museum is filled wall to wall to all with kinds of whitetail mounts & memorabilia. It is the best whitetail museum I have ever been to. The more you look, the more there is to see. There are live deer, including albinos,out back that are a joy to see. You can purchase apples to feed them too. Craig took much time in showing us his awesome museum. It was a visit well worth repeating.

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This is a must see for anyone who enjoys the outdoors. The owner was extremely nice and helpful! Lots of things to see and enjoy for all ages. Price makes this a reasonable outing for the whole family. $5 for adults, $1 for kids.

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This is a must see for anyone who enjoys the outdoors. The owner was extremely nice and helpful! Lots of things to see and enjoy for all ages. Price makes this a reasonable outing for the whole family. $5 for adults, $1 for kids.

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This place is a must see for anyone that loves the outdoors. It only cost $5.00 dollars for an adult and $1.00 for a child. These people have dedicated a lot of time into this to make it a very fun experience for everyone. My 5 year old little girl absolutely loved it, she has been telling everyone at home how cool this place was. To top it off i lost my camera case and after being home for a couple days i realized it and was able to get on-line and get in contact with Craig and he said they had found it and would be happy to mail it to me. These people are excellent.

5
★★★★★

This place is a must see for anyone that loves the outdoors. It only cost $5.00 dollars for an adult and $1.00 for a child. These people have dedicated a lot of time into this to make it a very fun experience for everyone. My 5 year old little girl absolutely loved it, she has been telling everyone at home how cool this place was. To top it off i lost my camera case and after being home for a couple days i realized it and was able to get on-line and get in contact with Craig and he said they had found it and would be happy to mail it to me. These people are excellent.

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This is located just west of Chelsea off I-94. Not hard to miss either. You can see it from the expressway. They have reasonable prices to get it. I believe it was adults $8 and children were just a buck ($1 haha get it?) You can feed the deer cut up apples and carrots that you may purchase from the front store. THey have an indoor museum with all sorts of things to peek at. Pictures, taxidermy animals and the like. Outside they have a fenced paddock where you can gaze at the deer and if you're lucky, feed them a nibble!

If you like deer and wildlife then it's worth a trip to see. Just so you can say you've been there!

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This is located just west of Chelsea off I-94. Not hard to miss either. You can see it from the expressway. They have reasonable prices to get it. I believe it was adults $8 and children were just a buck ($1 haha get it?) You can feed the deer cut up apples and carrots that you may purchase from the front store. THey have an indoor museum with all sorts of things to peek at. Pictures, taxidermy animals and the like. Outside they have a fenced paddock where you can gaze at the deer and if you're lucky, feed them a nibble!

If you like deer and wildlife then it's worth a trip to see. Just so you can say you've been there!

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