Lexington Village Theatre is billed as “The Premiere Performance Venue,” committed to bringing world class entertainment to the Blue Water Area. Located in the Harborview Plaza, the Lexington Village Theatre features a variety of cultural productions that enormously enrich the community. Beautiful Victorian architecture, including the use of period style oak woodwork, reclaimed brick and lush carpeting adorn the theatre’s interior. A generous hardwood stage, “state of the art” lighting and sound along with three seating sections including Cabaret, Main and Balcony complete the interior. The Lexington Village Theatre facility is designed to provide each patron with an intimate entertainment experience, with excellent points of view from every seating position.
Lakeview Hills is a unforgettable golf resort, with not one but two courses. Located just one mile from Lake Huron; spectacular views of one of Michigan’s Great Lakes can be seen off several greens & tees. http://www.lakeviewhills.com
Port Huron is most famously known as the boyhood town of Thomas Alva Edison. There are many sites to see and fun restaurants to visit. Port Huron is on the St Clair River 20 miles south of Lexington (less than a 30 minute drive).
Just imagine natural ice harvesting was one of the ten largest U.S. industries at one time. Michigan and other Great Lakes states were once major ice suppliers to the rest of the world by utilizing the natural resources of frozen lakes and rivers. At 10,000 sq. ft. the Knowlton’s Ice Museum of North America has one of the largest collections in the U.S. of ice tools and implements from the mid-1800’s to the early 1900’s – a time when most American households had an ice box and the ice delivery man delivered ice by horse and wagon. The ice museum is one of only a few museums in the world that depicts the natural ice industry of long ago. Visitors can view rare video footage of a real 1920s ice harvest, see over 5,000 items, and have a try at the hands-on activities. Make sure you visit the Knowlton’s Ice Museum of North America real soon!