About Us

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About Us

The Lakeshore Museum Center houses our natural and cultural history exhibits. It is comprised of multiple sites and buildings including the Hackley & Hume Historic Site, the Fire Barn Museum, the Scolnik House of the Depression Era, the Muskegon Heritage Museum, the Archives, and our Museum Store.

 

The Lakeshore Museum Center is funded in part by a Muskegon County millage.
We want to say thank you to our community for its continued support!

RAISE THE ROOF, SHORE THE FLOOR

The roofs at both the Archives and Main Museum Center, as well as the century old floor joist of the Muskegon Heritage Museum are sorely in need of replacement. These buildings protect and display more than 55,000 artifacts pertaining to Muskegon County’s history. Your gift will help us continue to preserve and share this history for generations to come.

 

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The Mission of the Lakeshore Museum Center is to preserve and interpret Muskegon County’s natural & cultural history and to inspire curiosity through interactive exhibits, educational experiences, and creative programs.

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