Discover the Legendary Spot: First McDonald’s in Michigan Discovered!
Chances are, you're driving by more than one McDonald's on your way to work, and on your way home from work.
Nestled in a bustling city, this iconic establishment emerged in San Bernardino, California in 1955. The store today is a glorified McDonald's Museum to the fast-food giant.
Do you know where the first golden arches were, here in Michigan?
Michigan's First McDonalds
Believe it or not, the first time the golden arches stepped foot in Michigan was back in 1957, right here in Lansing, Michigan!
The Michigan store still stands today, though it has been rebuilt a few times over the years. The location is 2120 North Larch Street.
The store today doesn't look very similar to what did back in the 50s, though the fast-food giant has changed their appearance and style a bit over the years too.
Michigan's Second McDonald's Location
The second McDonald's, here in the state of Michigan, was actually planted in Spartan Country, in East Lansing.
While I cannot prove, this is the original location of the East Lansing McDonald's, Chances are, you've probably driven by it, or even eaten at this Mcdonald's if you attended school in East Lansing.
The East Lansing Mcdonald's is on East Grand River Avenue, not too far away from Michigan State University, as represented in the windows of this Mcdonald's.
Have you eaten at the two original Mcdonald's to step foot in Michigan?