Muskegon’s Hackley & Hume Historic SitesApril 15th, 2013
The Hackley and Hume Historic Site, the Fire Barn and the Scolnik House are all open for the season that started May 2. The historical homes are located at 484 W. Webster. As you walk through these sites you will discover how these two Lumber Barron’s lived and who their family were and how important they were to Muskegon future.
The Fire Barn located at 510 W. Clay will trace the history of the city’s fire fighters.
And the Scolnik House are located at 504 W. Clay will explore the ways in which the Great Depression affected Muskegon residents.
These historic sites are open Wednesday through Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. Admission is free for the Fire Barn and the Scolnik House. The Hackley and Hume site, admission is just $3 for adults and free for children 12 years old and younger.
For more information visit the Lakeshore Museum’s web site at: www.lakeshoremuseum.org or call (231) 722-0278