- 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
87% 23 votes
4665 Broadmoor Avenue SE #135, Grand Rapids, MI 49512 MoreLess Info
The Cascade Winery & Jaden James Brewery is a family-owned winery that started crafting wine in the year 2003. The facility has a wine tasting bar as well as a gift shop that sells customized bottle labels.
Featuring a tasting bar, Cascade Winery offers visitors 5 dollar tastings of its wine and beer catalog with a complimentary tasting glass. The winery hosts special events like beer fests, release parties, and more.
The Jam Farm is a local business that specializes in producing jellies and jams made from locally grown, high-quality ingredients. In addition to buying products, visitors also have the opportunity to tour the farm and see the historic barns.
85% 62 votes
1687 South Lakeshore Drive, Ludington, MI 49431 MoreLess Info
Ludington's White Pine Village is a 30-building living history museum complex. It features restored homes, a general store, a one-room schoolhouse and a charming chapel that is available for wedding rentals.
100% 3 votes
820 Campus Drive, Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI 49307 MoreLess Info
Part of the Ferris State University Campus, the Card Wildlife Education Center is a 5,000 square foot natural history museum. The museum features an extensive animal index offering information on a variety of animals.
100% 1 votes
Ferris State University, 1010 Campus Drive, Big Rapids, MI 49307 MoreLess Info
Located on the Ferris State University campus, the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia addresses injustice and social tolerance. Exhibits present artifacts and collections spanning the eras of slavery, segregation, civil rights and modern times.