Pink Blossom

Exciting Changes Happening at NCMHC! Watch for an announcement soon!

Be sure to visit us at our temporary location suite 153 in the Leppinks shopping plaza

starting Memorial Day weekend!

Please be advised that upon reopening,

social distancing and mask protocols will be enforced! 



Our Gift Shop has been renovated, expanded and stocked with NEW & EXCITING Gifts

  • Forest Animals – the stuffed kind !

  • One-of-a-Kind History books for Children and Tweens too!

  • Puzzles

  • Vintage Note Cards

  • Lumberjacks !!   (come see him)

  • School Cap Ornaments – College and Local


Shop Local.  Support your Museum.  Support the Volunteers who work tirelessly to enhance your visit to YOUR Museum

All proceeds remain with the Gift Shop to allow for further expansion that will for County Crafters to display and sell their wares in 2021.

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Newaygo County Touring 

We are excited to announce the completion of a new major exhibit!


The Museum's newest exhibt, Newaygo County Touring, explores the  important role that tourism plays in Newaygo county's economy and sense of place.

Since the end of the logging era, Newaygo has capitalized on its location in the beautiful wilderness of Michigan's interior to draw visitors from around the country to experience  the abundant natural resources,  the excellent range of activities, and the hospitality of the people that make Newaygo so special.

Come and see the history of one of Newaygo County's biggest industries, from hunting and fishing, winter sports and  camping and resorts, to leisure activities, water sports, and hiking and trials.

Engaging informational panels, local photos both contemporary and vintage, vintage promotional pieces and ads, and artifacts from the collection and from various community members help tell the story.

This exhibit is one we are especially proud of, as it represents a great collaboration between the staff and our enthusiastic volunteers, who designed, built, and laid out the majority of the display with guidance from the staff.