The Muskegon Heritage Museum houses a robust collection of exhibits showcasing the economic, industrial, and social history of the greater Muskegon area. Our collection includes informational exhibits, artifacts, and photos pertaining to Muskegon’s industries, products, and businesses. We have a working steam engine with a line shaft that runs 11 machine tools. We also have a working Brunswick pinsetter, a spring winding machine, and over 80 other companies represented in exhibits.
Don’t let the modest storefront fool you, the Museum has nearly 12,000 square feet of display space, spanning three floors!
See below for a sampling of our current exhibits.
Learn all about black-owned businesses in Muskegon.