Pickle Barrel House Museum

Lake St. & Randolph St.
Grand Marais, MI 49839- Map It
Phone: (906) 494-2404

AAA Editor Notes

Pickle Barrel House Museum is at jct. Lake and Randolph sts. The house was built in 1926 for &#8220;The Teenie Weenies&#8221; comic strip creator, William Donahey. His characters also were used in Reid-Murdoch &amp; Co. ads, one of which pictured a house that had been made from a sweet pickle keg.</br>Inside are Donahey&#8217;s drawing chair, paints and chalks as well as a small original stove and period antiques. His wife, Mary Dickerson Donahey, was an author and several of her books can be seen.</br>Guided tours are available. </br>
Hours: Guided tours daily 1-4, July-Aug.; Sat.-Sun. 1-4 in June and Sept. Allow 30 minutes minimum.