Temporary Museum Exhibits

The United Way: 100 Years in Muskegon

Since 1918, the United Way of the Lakeshore has been serving citizens of Muskegon County.  Over the past 100 years they have raised millions of dollars and provided assistance to struggling families. This exhibit features artifacts from the United Way of the Lakeshore’s archives.

The United Way: 100 years in Muskegon is on display in the Collections Case through December 2018.

Can You Name It?

How well do you know the history of Muskegon County? Come test your knowledge by comparing historic photos from our archives with present day photos of the same location. Can you name them all?

Can You Name It? is on exhibit in the Lakeshore Museum Center Archive Case.

Muskegon in World War I

100 years ago World War I came to an end when an armistice was signed on November 11.  Come see artifacts from the museum’s collection and learn how Muskegon contributed to an Allied victory in the Great War.

Muskegon in World War I is on exhibit in the Cabinet of Curiosities.

Collection By Color

Learn more about where colors come from, what they mean, and where colors are seen in our world! Experience life in color by visiting our newest exhibit, Collection by Color running now through April 8, 2019 in the Temporary Gallery.