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 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!

Looking to the Future

With your support, we are envisioning an expansion to the museum that will encompass our past, present, and future all wrapped up in one space on the lakeshore!

The concept shows the expansion to our existing building both “out,” into the two adjacent lots we purchased, and “up,” adding a new floor to our existing building. The look and feel truly embodies Muskegon’s past, which capitalized on the natural resources of lumber, sand, and water. This new space will include not only Muskegon’s history but a new Children’s Science Museum!

Our mission is to inspire curiosity and wonder about Muskegon County’s natural and cultural history through our interactive exhibits and experiential programs.

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