1839 Courthouse Museum - The Berrien County Historical Association interprets the rich and diverse heritage of Berrien County for residents and visitors alike and preserves the original structures on the 1839 Courthouse Square, a site listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (269) 471-1202
Box Factory for the Arts - is an outstanding place to practice and celebrate artistic diversity.
Curious Kids' Museum - Especially for kids or for those adults who are kids-at-heart. This museum makes learning fun while keeping the kids active. (269) 983-CKIDS
The Heritage Museum and Cultural Center - The Heritage is located at the corner of Main and Market Streets in downtown St. Joseph and was completed in 1997. The exhibit hall, research library and gift shop are housed in a Greek Revival style building on the site of the landmark First Congregational Church (1859). Visitors can explore three centuries of Benton Harbor and St. Joseph history from LaSalle's founding of Fort Miami in 1679 to the present day. There is a research library of historic information on the area; please call for an appointment to use the library. (269) 983-1191
Fort St. Joseph Museum - Located in Niles just off Main Street in the carriage house of the historic Henry A. Chapin home that now serves as Niles City Hall. The museum houses changing and permanent exhibits on local history, including the French colonial Fort St. Joseph constructed in the area in 1691 and pictographs drawn by the famous Sioux Chief Sitting Bull. (269) 683-4702
The Krasl Art Center - provides insights and aesthetic appreciation of the visual fine arts. It is a valuable learning resource for people of all ages.
The Morton House (1849) - Located at 501 Territorial Road, Benton Harbor, the Morton House offers visitors a step back in time. Costumed guides share the story of the four generations of the Morton family who lived in the house. Shown are eight period rooms containing authentic furnishings from early Southwestern Michigan. (269) 925-7011
House of David - The House of David in Benton Harbor, Michigan attracted a worldwide following, produced a legendary baseball team, two traveling jazz bands and built the premier "pre-Disney" amusement park in Mid-America.