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Lakeshore Museum Center [MI]

The main Museum showcases exhibits on local natural and cultural history. The Hackley and Hume Historic Site preserves the homes of Muskegon's most famous lumber baron, Charles H. Hackley, and his business partner, Thomas Hume. The site envelops the visitor in a unique living space, bringing late 19th-century craftsmanship to life. The Fire Barn Museum serves as a living memorial to the brave men and women who have served as Muskegon County firefighters and exhibits firefighting equipment. The Scolnik House recreates the lifestyle of a Depression-era family.

The museum offers exhibits, educational programs, research library access, and occasional recreational and educational events; the Hackley and Hume Historic Site offers tours; the Fire Barn Museum offers exhibits; the Scolnik House offers tours.

 
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