The Muskegon Heritage Museum mission is to preserve and share the stories of the businesses and industries in the Muskegon area, to exhibit the unique, unusual and well known products made here and to provide demonstrations of as many working products as possible. The museum has a working 100 year old print shop, Brunswick A2 bowling alley and working automatic pinsetter and the Heritage Machine Works featuring 8 vintage machine tools operated by a 1893 16 ton steam engine. New exhibits include Misco-Howmet-Alcoa and the telephone companies in Muskegon County. Do you know – the first Raggedy Ann dolls were made in Muskegon from 1918-1926? Stop in to see two and learn that story and many more!
The Museums Regular Hours: Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. mid – May through mid-October Adults $4.00, Students $2.00, Under 5 free.
The museum is available all year by appointment and for group and school tours.