Three museums in Marshall are offering a combination ticket every weekend from April 6th to mid-December.
The $15 ticket covers admission to the Honolulu House Museum, the American Museum of Magic and the Marshall Historical Museum.
Tickets will be available at each museum as well as city hall.
“We wanted to give visitors more of a reason to come to Marshall’s by offering a full afternoon of museum experiences,” said George Whelan, historical society president.
The American Museum of Magic is the largest collection of magic open to the public and includes a magic show at 1:00 PM on Saturdays.
The Honolulu House was built in 1860 for a former diplomat who had served in Honolulu and is now a restored museum featuring a decorative ceiling and wall paintings.
The Marshall Historical Museum at the GAR Hall was built as a meeting place for Civil War veterans and is designed to tell stories from Marshall. It features an early 1900s marionette show and items made in Marshall.
All three museums will be open 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM on weekends. The American Museum of Magic opens at 10:00 AM on Saturdays.
Beginning May 3rd, The Honolulu House will also be open on Fridays and Mondays from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM.