We're located in the midst of the Muskegon’s Performing Arts and Arts district with something special for each taste!
Muskegon Museum of Art
A gift from the lumber baron Charles Hackley that as dedicated to the purchase of “pictures of the best kind”. Learn more.
Frauenthal Center for Performing Arts
Built originally as a stately motion picure palace, formerly the Michigan Theater which has entertained audiences through the Depression, two world wars and the changing fortunes of Downtown Muskegon. Learn more.
West Michigan Symphony
The WSSO has played a performing role for 70 years in Muskegon with great performances. Learn more.
Muskegon Civic Theater
Muskegon’s only community theater where the community can learn, listen and perform themselves! Learn more.
Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp
A nationally renowned camp for all ages that has been around for 40 years teaching some of the worlds best musicians over the years. Learn more.
Muskegon Community College Creative and Performing Arts
Art, Dance, Humanities, Music, Philosophy and Theater and Media offer students of all ages to have artistic expression and present programs for the community.
This 96 year old, 391 seat venue hosts an array of fine arts and events to the community. Learn more.