Arts and Entertainment

The South Haven area has a multitude of amenities, live music, fine arts or theatrical performances and hundreds of talented artists.

Lakeside Entertainment Center

Lakeside Entertainment Center

Bowling alley with 16 lanes, family owned and operated since 1987. A full service restaurant, banquet facilities and cocktail lounge are also available.
Race Way

Race Way

GingerMan Raceway - A road course, open to drivers and spectators alike, located near Lake Michigan`s coastline. Some of the groups that come to GingerMan Raceway are PCA, Windy City BMW, NASA, Ferrari, Sportbike Track Time & SCCA.
Artists in Residence - The Inn Gallery

Artists in Residence - The Inn Gallery

This gallery features photography and geometric airbrush paintings by Alberto Quiroga and the colorful, acrylic works of Mary Hammer`s paintings.
Blue Coast Artists

Blue Coast Artists

Offers a behind the scenes look at the studios and galleries of seven working artists. The tour features pottery, glass, photography, metal smithing, welding, lost wax casting and painting.
Bowsprit Gallery

Bowsprit Gallery

Stop in to view the photography of Tim Morris. Much of the photography is based on Lake Michigan, architecture and history, Mackinac Island, lighthouses, beaches and sunsets. Gallery wrap canvas and Giclee is featured throughout.
Foundry Hall

Foundry Hall

Foundry Hall offers a night of original performances, music and art. Live performances are held most Friday and Saturday nights.
Historical Association of South Haven

Historical Association of South Haven

A non-profit organization located in the old Hartman School Building. The restored school building is open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Khnemu Studio

Khnemu Studio

This studio offers the opportunity to view fine art and crafts. This gallery is a restored 1890`s farm house and is home to ceramic artist Dawn Soltysiak.
Liberty-Hyde Bailey Museum

Liberty-Hyde Bailey Museum

Built in 1857, this historic house museum is devoted to the life of Dr. Liberty Hyde Bailey, father of modern horticulture and is one of the oldest homes in South Haven.
Michigan Flywheelers Museum

Michigan Flywheelers Museum

Host of one of Michigan`s largest antique engine and tractor shows; the museum is dedicated to preserving American farming history.
Michigan Maritime Museum

Michigan Maritime Museum

Step aboard an early 19th century replica tall ship and sail out into Lake Michigan. The Museum`s campus features several exhibits, self-guided tours and multiple on-water vessels.
Michigan Warbird Plane Rides

Michigan Warbird Plane Rides

Experience what it`s like to fly in a vintage WWII aircraft. Rides range from 30 minutes to 1.5 hours.
South Haven Center for the Arts

South Haven Center for the Arts

View the many exhibits or participate in classes that are offered all year. The Center for the Arts hosts the South Haven Summer Art Fair which is held on the first Sunday in July.
South Haven Lighthouse

South Haven Lighthouse

Take a stroll down the catwalk to the lighthouse and enjoy the view. The station was established in 1872 and is still operational today. Located at the entrance to the Black River along Lake Michigan.
South Haven Marinas

South Haven Marinas

South Haven features four municipal marinas with 229 boat slips.
South Haven Memorial Library

South Haven Memorial Library

Offers over 54,000 materials including books, audio books, magazines, free wireless Internet and children`s programs.
South Haven Yacht Club

South Haven Yacht Club

A private club which offers boat slips, sailing, views of the Black River and the South Haven Harbor, two outdoor decks, social events, sailing programs and a historic club house with full bar, grills and picnic tables.
The Art Box

The Art Box

A paint and wine venue; the instructed painting on canvas class lets you become an artist while you enjoy a glass of wine.
Transformations Art Barn

Transformations Art Barn

Featuring street art from foreign countries. Profits from sold items go directly to the artist. Proceeds from items donated or auctioned are given to different groups in third world countries.