Lakes. Admission to the museum is free and the exhibits are kid friendly. The glass bottom boat tour is an exce...llent way for non-divers
spend time with family and friends.
This Earth Day, check out the documentary "Crossing Lake Huron" at the State Theater in Traverse City! This award-winning film documents an amazing expedition by Stand Up for Great Lakes to raise awareness about NOAA Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and our beautiful Great Lakes. #puremichigan #sanctuarypaddle #thankyoupaddlers
FREE at the State Theatre and Bijou by the Bay Sunday, April 22 at 3:30 pm. Stay for Q & A with paddlers and filmmakers after the screening!
Take a dive at the site of the earliest known shipwreck (1849) in sanctuary waters, the NEW ORLEANS. Learn more about its #history here: https://thunderbay.noaa.gov/shipwrecks/neworleans.html
Click and drag (or move your phone, if you're on mobile) to explore this 360-degree photo of NOAA Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary! This is the wreck of th...e sidewheel steamer New Orleans. Resting in just 15 feet of water, this shipwreck makes a fantastic snorkeling and dive site.
[Image description: A 360-degree view of a wooden shipwreck on the lake bottom. The water is greenish and a dive boat floats on the lake surface.]