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“Built in the late 1880's”
Built in the late 1880's, these restored Queen Anne homes were once the home to two of Muskegon's most prominent lumber barons. Featuring intricate wood carvings, stained glass, stenciled walls and ceilings, some original furniture and family possessions. This site is featured on the National Register and is sponsored by the Muskegon County Museum.
I am so glad we visited these homes! If you have the chance you should absolutely go! I enjoyed being able to see the extraordinary woodwork and craftsmanship that went into the Hackley home.... Read more
What a fantastic historic site to visit. The two homes that are on the property also share the barn in the back. The amazing part of the barn is that each house decorated the building to match... Read more
Absolutely 5* tour of two historic homes. Tour guide, Sue, skillfully mixed facts and personal details into a melange that made me feel that I personally knew the Hackley & Hume families.... Read more
Hackley & Hume Historic Site
- Sun, Wed - Sat: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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