- Our list of the best things to do in Muskegon, Michigan, features the top 43 nearby activities — including 28 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Muskegon, MI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Amusement, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 28 things to do within the city of Muskegon, MI , followed by 15 popular activities in nearby cities, including Grand Haven
A tour on the USS LST 393 is self-guided but the crew present on the vessel provide information regarding its importance and history in WWI and WWII. It is very interesting for children as well as adults to learn about it as they visit.
Situated on the shore of Lake Michigan, Muskegon State Park is littered with trails, lush forest land and gentle hills. It is particularly beautiful under a fresh blanket of winter snow. Muskegon State Park is open throughout the year.
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1346 Bluff St., Muskegon, MI MoreLess Info
Great Lakes Naval Memorial & Museum opened in 1987 when the USS Silversides arrived at its new home in Muskegon. In 2008, the museum expanded with 16,000 square-feet which includes a wide range of exhibits and displays focusing on the USS Silversides, World War II, the Cold War, marine technology.
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1346 Bluff Street, Muskegon, MI 49441 MoreLess Info
Docked in the Muskegon Channel, the USS Silversides is home to the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter McLane and a submarine museum. A World War II vessel, this submarine offers a wealth of historical information and is open for public tours.
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484 West Webster Avenue, Muskegon, MI 49440 MoreLess Info
Hackley & Hume Historic Site's historic Victorian homes were built around 1889 with their duplex garage.The homes are preserved right now as if it was 1913. The houses are very ornate. This is the home of Muskegon's most famous lumber baron. The fireplaces have carvings that cannot be duplicated.
Muskegon Museum of Art has a large quantity of art created by women and also African Americans. The exhibits change frequently. In a downtown filled with grand historic buildings mostly from the 1800's, this Museum and the surrounding neighborhood is a place for visit.
Muskegon's Lakeshore Bike Trail is home to 26 miles of sugar sand beaches and dunes, 60 miles of wilderness trails for biking or hiking, Michigan's Adventure Amusement and Water Park, and hotels, dining and cultural arts for every taste and budget.
Muskegon's Drive-In Theater opens at 8pm seven days a week. There are two screens. Sound via car stereo or portable radio. Food and beverages are available, but outside food is permitted. Large selection of restaurants in town.