About Petoskey Yesterday

main_image.pngPetoskey Yesterday offers walking and driving tours of historic Petoskey and sites associated with Ernest Hemingway.   Additionally, it has a wide selection of out of print Hemingway books and vintage images and collectables related to both Petoskey and Hemingway.

As a young man, Hemingway summered  in the area and was married here in 1921. His Nick Adams Stories immortalize the northern Michigan places he knew and loved.  Tours focus on his personal experiences “up north” and on the regional locations associated with his stories. These tours are appropriate for either the Hemingway novice or expert.

Tour Schedule

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Turn of the Century Petoskey

Haunted Petoskey

The Hemingway's Petoskey

Nick Adams’ Country

Michigan Hemingway Society

Clarke Historical Library - Central Michigan University

Little Traverse History Museum

Hemingway Archive at the JFK Presidential Library

The Hemingway Society

Picturing Hemingway's Michigan

Arlington Jewelers

City Park Grill

McLean & Eakin Book Sellers

Shangri La at Horton Bay

Horton Bay General Store

Petoskey Chamber of Commerce

Petoskey Area Visitors Bureau

Downtown Petoskey