Welcome to the Muskegon Heritage Museum, located in downtown Muskegon, Michigan. The museum is dedicated to preserving the economic, industrial & 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.
Taste of Muskegon is this weekend, Friday and Saturday, September 24 and 25! https://mix957gr.com/30-amazing-restaurants-are-ready-to-feed-you-at-taste-of-muskegon-in-september/ While you’re out and about, consider stopping by the Muskegon Heritage Museum! We’re open 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Taste of Muskegon makes its return to Hackley Park on September 24th & 25th featuring food from 30 restaurants […]
Our latest exhibit at the Muskegon Heritage Museum features the Black-owned business in Muskegon. Learn more all about it in our It Runs in the Family exhibit: lakeshoremuseum.org/it-runs-in-the-family/ (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
Have you seen the word “Grange” printed on small, century-old buildings around Michigan? There’s a reason it’s there, particularly in rural farming communities, and it’s connected to the women’s suffrage movement. Learn more from Michigan Public Radio: https://www.michiganradio.org/post/how-agriculture-advocacy-group-became-ally-womens-suffrage To learn more about the history of farming in Muskegon, check out our Farms and Farming exhibit […]
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