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Lakeshore Museum Center, Muskegon
(4.3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This museum isn't overly big, but it is packed full of great things to see and do. From a science lab with lots of hands on activities, to a room where kids can learn about healthy eating, a whole are...  more »
  • Guides at the firehouse and home reflecting the depression era really make small children feel welcome. There are a number of activities including play food in the kitchen, dress up clothing and fireh...  more »
  • Free is a travelers favorite word. This museum doesn't disappoint because of it either. Lots of local Muskegon artifacts and interactive displays meant we had a great break from the heat. I would defi...  more »
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  • We parked on Clay Ave and we walked to the Lakeshore Museum Center, Fire Barn Museum and Scolnik House of the Depression Era. They are ok and they are all free so it's worth stopping by. We did the Hackley & Hume houses before which are only 2 blocks away and i highly recommend visiting.
  • Really fun museum, took us about an hour to go through it with our children. They really liked that many of the exhibits were interactive. We enjoyed that it was something we could do that was free. They have a really excellent collection and the displays are interesting for the whole family, we will visit again!
  • Brought the kids 2, 4, & 6. We spent most of our time in the science room looking at the tornado, weights, magnets, mirrors, and instruments. We spent about an hour their, mostly in the hands on areas. They also liked to learn about the area's logging history.