Lakeshore Museum Center (Year-Round)
Explore 400 years of Michigan in the making in the Michigan Through the Depths of Time exhibit, see a life-sized mastodon in Coming to the Lakes, and enjoy hands-on fun in the Science Center and Body Works. Visit www.lakeshoremuseum.org or call 231-722-0278 for more information.
Hackley & Hume Historic Site (May-October)
Tour the Victorian Era mansions of Muskegon’s most well-known lumber barons. The houses feature lavish wood carvings, stained glass windows, and period furnishings. Open Thursday through Monday from May to October. Visit www.lakeshoremuseum.org or call 231-722-0278.
Muskegon Civic Theatre (Fall through Spring)
Production of dramas, comedies, musicals and more. Call (231)722-3852 for more info.
Michigan Heritage Park (May-October)
Walk along a half-mile paved trail to experience 10,000 years of Michigan history in a natural woodland setting in nearby Whitehall. Visitors will meet costumed interpreters at historic stops such as a Native American Wigwam Village, Fur Trade Post, and 1900s Farmhouse. Visit www.lakeshoremuseum.org or call 231-894-0342.
Fire Barn Museum and Scolnik House of the Depression Era (May – October)
Learn about the history of firefighting in Muskegon and life during the Depression Era. During Fire Safety Week in early October, city fire fighters teach elementary school students from the City of Muskegon about fire safety. Visit www.lakeshoremuseum.org or call 231-722-0278.
Muskegon Museum of Art (Year-Round)
Muskegon’s nationally recognized art museum! Open Tuesday through Friday, 10am-5pm, Saturday and Sunday, 12-5pm, closed Monday. Visit www.muskegonmuseum.org or call (231)720-2570 for more info.
West Michigan Symphony Orchestra (Fall through Spring)
Muskegon’s own symphony, performing various classical and pops concerts throughout the year. Visit westmichigansymphony.org or call (231)726-3231 for more info.
Concerts at The Block include an intriguing, cross-pollinated mix of music that can be intimate or explosive, but always entertaining. From timpanists who perform on cardboard boxes to klezmer-meets-Bollywood with a splash of bluegrass to jazz and Broadway influenced cabaret performances.
Visit TheBlockWestMichigan.org or call (231)726-3231 for more info.