Muskegon Heritage Museum

Muskegon Heritage Museum

The Muskegon Heritage Museum is a museum that specializes in telling the history of Muskegon's Industries, Businesses and Historic Homes. We have a working Corliss Valve Steam Engine that powers our machine shop with a line shaft. There are nine working machine tools in our Heritage Machine Works. New for 2012 is a "Made in Muskegon" exhibit which contains unique and unusual items manufactured in Muskegon, including fishing items made by small manufacturers and a working Pinsetter manufactured by Brunswick. We have restored five engines manufactured by Continental Motors Corp. including a US tank engine. We also have a working letterpress print shop. Many other companies are represented in the museum. See our web site for hours and more information about the museum.

Muskegon Heritage Museum Web Site

Contact Information


561 W. Western Ave

Muskegon, MI 49440

Driving Directions

Phone: (231) 722-1361


Location of Muskegon Heritage Museum

Map of Michigan