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Exciting News! The  Museum will Reopen

September 1st 

Please come see us! We are excited to be back!

Now Open Year 'Round!

The Newaygo County Museum and Heritage Center is now open year 'round. Once we get the go ahead to reopen, we will be open Tuesday- Saturday 10-4

Our research room is available to assist with emailed queries.  Please email our research staff at archivist@newaygocountyhistory.org

Archaeology Dig
Model Train
A Deeper Understanding
Gerber Exhibit
Native Gathering 2017
Newaygo,MI Sinclair Gas Statio 1941
One Room Schoolhouse
Geneology and Local History Room
Barber Shop and Beauty Parlor
Native American
Farming

 A Delicate Balance: Our Interaction with Newaygo County's Natural Resources 

 

Stop in and experience a walk through time, with eras from the Ice Age to present day highlighted, each one examining human impact on the resources of the county.

Interactives for kids and adults alike make this a fun family activity.

The exhibit features 8 stunning one of a kind works of art, as well as a mural, by Gabe Shillman and Stacy Kirk of Studio 37, Newaygo.

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Funding generously provided by

FREE ADMISSION 

October 31st- April 1st

 

Thursday - Friday - Saturday

12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

 October 31st- April 1st

12 Quarterline Road

PO Box 361

Newaygo, MI 49337


231-652-5003  

 

museum@newaygocountyhistory.org

Newaygo County Museum and

Heritage Center

The Newaygo County Museum and Heritage Center is a community history project whose mission is to collect, preserve, and share Newaygo County’s history.

 

The NCMHC is supported by individual contributions, in-kind support, the generosity of local business people, the Fremont Area Community Foundation, The Gerber Foundation, The Arthur and Virginia Nelsen InFaith Community Foundation, Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs, and, of course, our Guests and Volunteers!

 

Thank you

(c) 2018 Newaygo County Museum and Heritage Center

Native American

Pull back the curtain to the past and see a faithful recreation of the woodland period, complete with a dugout and birch bark canoe