Sightseeing in Muskegon

Admission for Four or Individual or Family Annual Membership to Coopersville Farm Museum (Up to 50% Off)

Coopersville Farm Museum

Coopersville

Quilts, tractors, and mementos of rural life housed in 12,000-square-foot facility that hosts live music, quilting circles, and line dancing

$16 $8

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Individual, Family, or Specialty Membership at Engine House No. 5 Fire Museum (Up to 60% Off)

Engine House No. 5 Fire Museum

Allendale

Visitors explore a collection of vintage fire-fighting vehicles and gear, some of which dates back to the late 1600s

$26 $13

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Museum Admission for Four or a Family Membership at Forever Curious Children's Museum(Up to 50% Off)

Forever Curious Children's Museum

Childrens Museum of Fennville

Kids explore museum’s interactive exhibits, which include life-size teepee and replicas of artifacts; museum features play area for toddlers

$18 $9

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Start-Your-Own-Business Workshop for One or Two from Outdoor Book Club (Up to 67% Off)

Outdoor Book Club

Blandford Nature Center

The one-day workshop may be your ticket to self-employment with tips and tricks for starting your own business

$150 $65

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One-Year Family or Donor Membership to Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (Up to 57% Off)

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

Central Business District

Families get a year to explore KIA while enjoying special perks; the donor membership also grants access to other art museums

$85 $40

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Annual Membership for an Individual or Family to Great Lakes Aerospace Science & Education Center (40% Off)

Great Lakes Aerospace Science & Education Center

Sheboygan

Explore hands-on exhibits that showcase the history of space exploration, artifacts from NASA, and food in space

$25 $15

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A Grand Avenue Christmas Admission and 10% Off at the Gift Shop for Two or Four at the Pabst Mansion (50% Off)

Pabst Mansion

Avenues West

Flemish Revival mansion dons its Christmas finery for a celebration of Christmas and the historic past of Pabst Brewing Company

$20 $11

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Lighthouse Visit for Two or Four or a Family Membership to North Point Lighthouse (Up to 55% Off)

North Point Lighthouse

Northpoint

Recently restored historic lighthouse showcases artifacts, history, and high climbs

$10 $5

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$11 for the Skywaukee Walking Tour for Two from Historic Milwaukee ($20 Value)

Historic Milwaukee

Milwaukee

Walking tour gives sightseers an overview of Milwaukee’s early history from the modern skywalk system

$20 $11

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Admission for Two or Four or a Family Membership to Jewish Museum Milwaukee (50% Off)

Jewish Museum Milwaukee

Milwaukee

Museum celebrates the history of Jewish people in Wisconsin through rotating engaging exhibits

$12 $6

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Admission for Two, Four, or Six to the Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear (40% Off)

Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear

Avenues West

Be amazed at the well-kept rooms and artifacts filling this building, taking you back in time to see everyday life in the early 1900s

$10 $6

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Admission or Membership to Charles Allis Art Museum or Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum (Up to 55% Off). Four Options Available.

harles Allis Art Museum and Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum

Multiple Locations

Explore 2000 years of history at Charles Allis Art Museum or decorative arts and Renaissance Garden at Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum

$60 $30

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Ghost Tours for Two or Haunted Penthouse Stay from Hangman Tours (Up to 56% Off). Four Options Available.

Shaker's Cigar Bar

Milwaukee

Tour a purportedly supernatural bar housed in a former speakeasy and bordello dating back to 1894, or stay in the haunted penthouse

$55 $29

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Annual Individual or Family Membership to R.E. Olds Transportation Museum (Up to 49% Off)

R.E. Olds Transportation Museum

The Stadium District

More than 50 vehicles built from 1886 through 2003 celebrate the legacy and innovation of R.E. Olds

$25 $13

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During the Festival of Trees, the Muskegon Museum of Art opens its doors for guests to frolic through a winter wonderland of themed trees and seasonal décor. Partygoers can grab an hors d'oeuvre and jam along with a live blues band, a dance-floor motivator even better than pistols rhythmically fired at dancers’ feet. In time for snow season, staffers deck the halls of the museum with holiday decorations and custom-designed spruces to lighten the mood. Revelers can snag potent nog from the cash bar and take sips while viewing the mechanical movements of a model train set, or track down your pet scone's long-lost relative in the gingerbread village. During the festivities, patrons can explore the museum's hallowed halls, which contain exhibits including celebrated paintings, sculptures, and cultural artifacts.

296 W Webster Ave
Muskegon,
MI
US

Tri-Cities Historical Museum occupies two appropriately historic buildings?the Grand Trunk Railroad Depot, originally built in 1870, and the Akeley Building, originally built in 1871. Today, these relics display artifacts from Spring Lake, Ferrysburg, and Grand Haven's pasts, documenting events all the way back to when the land belonged to Native Americans. They cover a diverse array of topics, too, from maritime exploration and medicine to decor, through rooms decorated with historically accurate furniture, art, and tablet computers.

200 Washington Ave
Grand Haven,
MI
US

As the sun dips below Coopersville Farm Museum and Event Center’s grain silo, local musicians gather in the high-ceilinged hall against the backdrop of patchwork quilts and antique farm tools. They sing gospel, country, and folk songs that have been passed down for generations. Events such as these are one facet of the museum’s mission to honor and uphold rural traditions. In addition to the monthly jam sessions, the 12,000-square-foot facility hosts quilting circles, line dancing, and other skill-swapping events. Curators spotlight the region’s agrarian past by recruiting antique-farming tools and folk art and freeing hopelessly lost scarecrows from corn mazes. In addition to shining a light on the region’s past, the museum strives to support current culture makers; The hall serves as a gallery space for local artists, and during the youth-led Kids’ Day local teens teach tykes creative skills.

375 Main St
Coopersville,
MI
US

The not-for-profit Forever Curious Children's Museum sprang from a simple philosophy: children learn best by doing. The museum?s labyrinthine series of exhibits embodies that philosophy with its myriad opportunities for interactive play, exploration, and experimentation.

Casual visitors, birthday-party guests, and students on field trips can huddle inside the life-size wigwam and wooden canoe at the First People exhibit, which introduces young ones to America?s earliest inhabitants. Science exhibits encourage children to suit up in doctors? coats and study the human body or take a wheelchair for a spin to better empathize with disabled people. Learning begins at an early age, and the museum?s penned-in toddler area fascinates the youngest of minds with mini home furniture such an easy chair and a bed, beneath which lurks a disarmingly pintsize boogeyman.

202 East Main Street
Fennville,
MI
US

Art is both a passion and profession for Michelle Calkins, one of Four Corners Framing Company's experienced artisans. Michelle earned her full certification from the Professional Picture Framing Association after mastering its meticulous techniques for framing pictures, textiles, and memorabilia. The plethora of framing methods and materials—imported from more than 25 vendors—enables any artwork to find its match, be it in a traditional wood frame or a contemporary metal one. Unable to limit her creative talents to the realm of custom framing, Michelle creates vibrant artwork of her own inspired by still lifes, outdoor scenery, and police descriptions.

232 N River Ave
Holland,
MI
US

Skilled artist Regina Marie Johandes employs more than 30 years of experience working with fused glass as she creates original pieces and enlightens budding artisans. Regina's vibrant, full-service studio brims with chromatic creations including jewelry, home decorations, and celestial road maps. Informative workshops taught by Regina and a team of talented instructors bestow glass-fusion knowledge upon nascent creators, teaching each step from cutting and coloring to fusing and tossing into a wishing well. Students leave with a one-of-a-kind bauble, and local artists working at the studio are available to enhance custom pieces with their wire- or metal-manipulating prowess.

525 Michigan Ave
Holland,
MI
US