The Lakeshore Museum Center’s Historic Sites are guaranteed to make you smile! Open for tours May - October, the Hackley and Hume Historic Site, Fire Barn Museum, and Scolnik House of the Depression Era House welcome guests for specialty tours, engaging programming, and special events throughout the season. See the calendar for more information!
Visit the Queen Anne style Victorian homes of Muskegon Lumber Barons Charles Hackley and Thomas Hume. The Hackley House, interpreted to 1890, shows what life was like for one of Muskegon’s most well-known citizens. The Hume House, interpreted to 1920, shows the life of a wealthy family after the lumbering era. Inside The City Barn, you’ll find more exhibit space as well as a gift shop.
After our fantastic kick-off last weekend, our Holiday Tours are rolling right along! Stop by tomorrow between 3 and 7 to see the Hackley and Hume Houses in their holiday glory. Can't make it tomorrow? No worries! Check out our other Holiday Tour dates and click on the link below for more info. December 9 […]
Interior of Hackley National Bank on the southwest corner of Western Avenue and First Street, August 1913. Teller E.W. Thayer stands ready at the bank window. When the bank was founded in 1890, Charles Hackley served as its first president and by 1913 Thomas Hume was the bank's president. #muskegonhistory (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
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