Places to Visit

  1. Branch District Library

    The Branch District Library was formed on May 30th, 1991, combining the resources and services of the individual Branch County public libraries.

  2. Burnside Senior Center

    Burnside Senior Center was created by a resolution of the Branch County Board of Commissioners in 1974. It has been housed at the H. & C. Burnside Senior Center since 2002 and aims to provide services, activities, and programming for Branch County residents aged 50 and over.

  3. Dr. Robert W. Browne Aquatic Center

    In 2012, Dr. Robert W. Browne and his wife, Lynn, made the financial commitment of funding up to $15.1 million for a major expansion of recreational facilities within the City of Coldwater. With the gift from Dr. Browne, a new aquatic center was able to be constructed on the grounds of Legg Middle School.

  4. Parks

    Check out area parks in the City of Coldwater including Heritage Park, Rotary Park, and City Park.

  5. Tibbits Theatre

    Tibbits Opera House is the second oldest theatre in Michigan, having been built in 1882. Rich in history and ambiance, even today the theatre offers theatre-goers an exquisitely restored facade, nearly perfect acoustics, an intimate 499-seat setting, and a fine array of performances throughout the year.

  6. Tourism Bureau

    Branch County is located in southern Michigan, half way between Chicago and Detroit along the Old Sauk Trail, also known as the U.S. 12 Heritage Route. Whether you are looking for spa treatment, a couples get-away, family vacations or de-stressing after a long work week, Branch County is the place to be.