Explore Muskegon, Michigan, on your next tour! Enjoy group-friendly attractions and museums, superior outdoor recreation, dining options, cultural events and festivals, and excellent accommodations.

Lodging facilities offer full services in the downtown areas; there are brands you know and trust throughout the county. Quaint bed and breakfasts, seasonal cottages and retreat locations line our lakes, from Mona Lake and Muskegon Lake to White Lake and Lake Michigan.

Visit Muskegon provides complimentary step-on-guide service and custom itinerary planning based on your groups interests. Explore Muskegon and see why we’re the perfect match for your next motorcoach tour!

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Be immersed in the excitement of the 1900s lumber boom by visiting the two Queen Anne homes of lumber barons Charles Hackley and Thomas Hume. The Hackley & Hume Homes wrap you in a unique living space, bringing late-19th-century craftsmanship to life. In the Hackley House, groups experience an exquisite example of Victorian architecture and late-19th-century interior decorative arts. The Hume home displays the life of a wealthy family in the 1920s, following the lumbering era.


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Take a nostalgic stroll through the Muskegon Heritage Museum, where groups can see a working steam engine, an antique Brunswick pinsetter and over 12,000 square feet of exhibits. Experience three floors of eclectic displays illustrating Muskegon’s rich heritage and history. Find out how springs are made and watch vintage machinery in operation. You will be surprised to see how many familiar products were made in Muskegon.


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Join a maritime and lighthouse tour, where groups travel by land and lake to see lighthouses and World War II vessels, and to enjoy a sunset dinner on the water. This tour features a stop at a the USS Silversides Submarine Museum. It is a restored WWII submarine where you can experience what it was really like to sail a submarine trolling the South Pacific more than 60 years ago.


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Make a stop at the USS LST 393 Veterans Museum. Here, history jumps out from every deck and corner. This veteran of Omaha Beach earned three battle stars in World War II. One of only two landing ship tanks left in the United States, the LST 393 pays homage to the men and women who served our country. Take the unique opportunity to dine aboard the LST 393, where heroes once walked.