Not far from downtown Lansing , The Michigan Women’s Historical Center & Hall of Fame (213 W. Main St., 517/484-1880, www.michiganwomenshalloffame.org , noon–5 p.m. Wed.–Fri., noon–4 p.m. Sat., 2–4 p.m. Sun., $2.50 adults, $2 seniors, $1 children 5–18) honors the mostly unsung achievements of the state’s native daughters through changing and permanent exhibitions.
It celebrates the lives and contributions of Michigan women such as Sojourner Truth, a former slave and crusader for human rights; Laura Smith Haviland, an organizer of one of the state’s first Underground Railroad stations; Anne Howard Shaw, a minister and physician whose dynamic leadership resulted in the passage of the 19th Amendment; and Gilda Radner, a courageous Detroit-born actress and comedienne.