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My husband was a big fan of Del Shannon in his youth, so when we found this museum in Coopersville in was a must see! The Del Shannon exhibit is quite a small area but contains quite a few items of interest. The curators were...More
This is a fun little museum packed with history of coopersville. Info on local war heroes, a local musician, the local drug store and a one room school house is all here. It was very interesting and fun to enlander around. The knowledgeable docents are...More
Visiting this museum will bring back good memories for the oder generation while showing the younger ones what it was like 'in the day'. Interesting exhibits, hands on stuff, and a well presented display make this unique museum well worth a visit when you are...More
I have visited Coopersville several times. The first was to go to this museum since I am a huge fan of Del Shannon. The curators at the museum know their stuff! Not only information about Del Shannon, but the town's history as well. They have...More
We came to Michigan because I am a big fan of Del Shannon and I wanted to see the museum and the town he grew up in we were not disappointed and we would love to visit one August when the Del Shannon car show...More
We have lived in Coopersville for 35+ yrs and had never visited the museum until last year. What a pleasant surprise awaited us when we finally walked thru the museum doors! The place is so much larger than its modest street front suggests and is...More
This is an old interurban railroad substation which is now an historical museum. There is a restored interurban trolley car parked outside next to the museum. Inside are displays representing this area of Michigan, including a reproduction of an early schoolroom.
Wow! There is a lot of history in this town you never knew about! I love the history of the railway and how it started! Very interesting and the hostess is so informative! She truly loves this town and the history! If you want to...More