The Tri-Cities Historical Museum
Looking to catch up on some history? You way want to stop by the Tri-Cities Historical Museum! Located right in the heart of Downtown Grand Haven, this museum is a direct line to the past, showcasing local, state, and global artifacts. The building has three floors stocked full of interesting treasures. The Akeley first floor is a chronological tour of the area with exhibits ranging from Native Americans, to the fur trade, and the industrial era. The mezzanine floor features two gallery spaces that hold temporary exhibits. Exhibits on this floor in the past have included global arts from Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.
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Opened in 1980, the Coopersville Historical Museum has worked to preserve the area’s history for both visitors and local residents. This museum is a great way to find a variety of awesome exhibits. When visiting, you will find a replica of a sawmill and other displays featuring life back in the day! The museum also has a wooden passenger train that was once part of the area’s interurban trail line. A Del Shannon tribute with memorabilia is also on display! The Coopersville Historical Museum is a great place to spend the day.
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