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  • Tri-Cities Historical Museum - Grand Haven

    Distance: 18 miles from Conklin

    The Tri-Cities Historical Museum provides visitors an opportunity to look through the windows of time into the history of Northwest Ottawa County, including the communities of Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Ferrysburg. Located in two...

  • Frauenthal Center for Performing Arts - Muskegon

    Distance: 20 miles from Conklin

    The historic Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts houses the majestic Frauenthal Theater, the intimate Beardsley Theater, the Bettye Clark-Cannon Gallery and an assortment of beautiful rental spaces. The Frauenthal Center...

  • Hackley & Hume Historic Site - Muskegon

    Distance: 20 miles from Conklin

    Built in the late 1880's, these restored Queen Anne homes were once the home to two of Muskegon's most prominent lumber barons. Featuring intricate wood carvings, stained glass, stenciled walls and ceilings, some original furniture and...

  • Johnny Walker Monument - Muskegon

    Distance: 20 miles from Conklin

    Within Evergreen Cemetery a pair of monuments mark the grave of Capt. Jonathan Walker, a Massachuetts-born sea captain and abolitionist. Capt. Walker was arrested off the coast of Florida in 1844 while trying to deliver seven escaped...

  • Scolnik House - A Historic House of the Depression Era - Muskegon

    Distance: 20 miles from Conklin

    The Scolnik House – A Historic House of the Depression Era. The house is a site of the Muskegon County Museum and will tell the story of common families living during the Great Depression. In fall 1929, stocks fell 75%, income fell 40%...

  • SS Milwaukee Clipper - Muskegon

    Distance: 22 miles from Conklin

    The SS Milwaukee Clipper, also known as SS Clipper, formerly as the SS Juniata, is a retired passenger ship and automobile ferry that sailed under two configurations and traveled on all of the Great Lakes except Lake Ontario. The...

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