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  • Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce
  • 15311 Three Oaks Rd
  • Three Oaks, MI 49128
  • 269-469-5409


History For The Curious 

Greek Museum of Berrien County, 18000 Behner Road, New Buffalo, Through compelling vintage photos, colorful artifacts, costumes and textiles, the “Greeks of Berrien County” brings to life the history of the Greeks — from the early 1900s to the present. By appointment 630-391-3608 or 269-469-0081

Hesston Steam Train Museum, 1201 E 1000 N, La Porte, IN 46350  History comes alive as real steam locomotives and 1/4 and 1/8 scale take you on a spectacular 2 1/2 mile journey meandering over bridges and through an enchanting wooded landscape. Museum gift shop features MADE IN USA items. Sit down at Doc’s Soda Fountain for lunch featuring hand cut fries, burgers, dogs, corn dogs and salad options or enjoy hand scooped ice cream treats and sodas made from traditional recipes. Get in early to have Breakfast with the Train Crew at Doc’s 9:00 am CDT. You might dine with the locomotive crews, engineers, and firemen after the fires are lit in the boilers. Birthday party packages available. Open Holidays and Saturday and Sunday from Memorial Day – Labor Day.  Open for the Ghost Train in October and Santa’s Express in December. For dates and CDT hours, 219-872-5055

New Buffalo Railroad Museum, 530 S Whittaker, New Buffalo. Housed inside a Pere Marquette Depot replica on historic rail yards. The “Little Museum That Could” educates and enchants visitors who experience the re-telling of the area’s history with special emphasis on its railroad heritage. 3 stalls of the original roundhouse and coal tower can be viewed. Original train depot plus Pere Marquette and Pullman artifacts. Rail yard crew and steam engine photos, large collection of equipment including lanterns. Visitors operate the HO scale hand-crafted model train layout, which replicates a historic picture of the city in miniature.  A rare restored World War II Pullman Troop Sleeper Car, C&O Chessie Box Car and Great Chicago Fire Pumper are open for discovery. The “Gateway To Michigan” collection presents the historical endeavors of local pioneers. Kid friendly with interactive children’s activities. Free guided tour or discover the museum individually. Open seasonally: May-December. Weekends. Noon – 5 pm. No admission. Donations appreciated. (269) 469-8010 or

Three Oaks Bicycle Museum, 3 Dewey Cannon Ave, Three Oaks, located in the Dewey Cannon Trading Company. See the 1860’s Boneshaker or the 1890’s Tally-Ho Tandem. The Museum also houses an 1892 “Elliot Hickory” bicycle and a 1940s-era Western Flyer as well. From the 1950’s TV show, Kid’s Say the Darndest Things, there is miniature pedal-powered Jim-Dandy Surrey with fringe. Another piece is the 1998 “Monster Cruiser” complete with 36-inch wheels.  269-756-3361



Region of Three Oaks Museum,  5 Featherbone Ave, Three Oaks. Preserving and displaying artifacts and documents relating to the historical heritage of the region for the education and enrichment of the public. Telling stories of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi, voyagers, pioneers, settlers and early manufacturers. Located in the historic downtown of Three Oaks.

Wilkinson Heritage Museum, 15300 Red Arrow Hwy, Lakeside. Documents the history of Wilkinson/Lakeside with a collection of photos, an antique doll collection, clothing and everyday items used by early pioneers and residents over the years. Call for hours. Admission is free. 269-469-2090

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1201 E 1000 N
La Porte, IN 46350 US

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Hesston Steam Museum

1201 E 1000 N
La Porte, IN 46350
United States
Phone: (219) 778-2783
Region: Neighbor of Harbor Country
Steam Train Rides for the entire family. More

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