Attendees are responsible for their own lodging. We have reserved a limited amount of rooms at each location, but please note, rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
National House Inn
The National House Inn bed and breakfast on Marshall's picturesque Fountain Circle is the oldest operating hotel in the State of Michigan. It has been designated as a State Historical site and is also listed on the National Register of Historical Places. The Inn was built in 1835 by Colonel Andrew Mann who used lumber from the Ketchum sawmill and bricks that were molded and fired on the site to construct what has endured as the oldest brick building in Calhoun County. It is believed to be a stop on the Underground Railroad.
The Way Inn
The Way Inn is located in the heart of Marshall, Michigan's historic hub within walking distance of many attractions and restaurants. The Way Inn is no stranger to guests as it has been a regular stop on multiple tours including Marshall's Annual Historic Home Tour, Garden Tour and Candlelight Tour. While each bedroom of the Inn has its own unique charm, all are provided with cable television and free WiFi access. Each bath has a hair dryer and travel-size toiletries (soap, shampoo and conditioner). The James Way and Anna Way rooms each have a small refrigerator.
Serendipity - Avenue and Townhouse
The Avenue and Townhouse are located in downtown historic Marshall directly above Serendipity. These two fully furnished apartments offer guests a truly special and pampered retreat. Each offers an historic atmosphere in the center of the city... just steps from shopping in the middle of world-class architecture.
Detroit Metro Airport (Detroit, MI)
- 90 miles east of Marshall
Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport (Kalamazoo, MI)
- 35 miles west of Marshall, MI
Capital Region International Airport (Lansing, MI)
- 50 miles north of Marshall
Gerald R. Ford International Airport (Grand Rapids, MI)
- 65 miles northwest of Marshall
Marshall, Michigan is located in between Detroit and Chicago at the intersection of I-69 and I-94. It is one of the nation’s largest historic landmark districts and home to many unique and vibrant businesses including Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub, Dark Horse Brewery, Franke Center for the Arts, American Museum of Magic, and the Honolulu House.