Landmark Inn

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This historic hotel, which opened in 1930, is said to be haunted by a famous ghost. Amelia Earhart stayed here in 1932, and her room 502, is now named after her. Her ghost is said to visit from time to time. Other famous folks who have staed here include Abbot and Costello, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, and Peter, Paul and Mary.

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230 N Front St
Marquette, MI 49855
United States

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46.54474078577595, -87.39202113981173
Marquette County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Marquette, MI (0.2 mi.)
Trowbridge Park, MI (2.3 mi.)
Harvey, MI (3.9 mi.)
Negaunee, MI (10.9 mi.)
Palmer, MI (12.0 mi.)
Ishpeming, MI (13.7 mi.)
K. I. Sawyer Air Force Base, MI (13.7 mi.)
West Ishpeming, MI (15.3 mi.)
Gwinn, MI (18.4 mi.)
Big Bay, MI (24.6 mi.)

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