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The Lakeshore Museum Center has been open in Muskegon since 1937 and is a great resource for local history. Besides the main museum in downtown Muskegon there are also four other historic sites that you can visit. Three of the sites are also in downtown Muskegon and they are Hackley & Hume Historic Sites, the Fire Barn Museum, and Scolnik House of the Depression Era. The last site is Michigan's Heritage Park at Hilt's Landing which is located in Whitehall. The main Museum Center is open year round and has no admission fees. It consists of two floors of permanent exhibits including Coming to the Lakes, Habitats Gallery, Michigan: From the Depths of Time, the Science Center, Body Works, and Voices of Muskegon. There are also temporary exhibits that they have as well. Some of the current temporary exhibits are Collector's Corner, which features a Peeps collection and dioramas that is going to be on display until August 2016; Not a Single Prima Donna – The Muskegon Lassies, this exhibit tells the story of the Muskegon Lassies who were a part of the All American Girls Professional Baseball League and they played from 1946-1949. The Lakeshore Museum Center also host several special events throughout the year and at the different historical sites. Be sure to check out their full calendar of events on their website!
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