The Wonder of it All
Immerse yourself in the largest collection of magic artifacts on display anywhere in the United States. Discover what has been described as “the Smithsonian of American magic.”
What our visitors should know:
- The American Museum of Magic has a Covid Preparedness Plan in place to help keep our staff, volunteers, and visitors safe. This includes increased surface cleaning.
- All visitors are required to wear masks. Masks are available for purchase.
- For the time being, we have suspended the Saturday Magic Show series and set aside some of our hands-on displays.
Keep Magic Alive!
All that we’ve done was made possible with talented and hard working leadership, the active participation of local volunteers, individual donations, and the financial support of foundations, state, and federal agencies. Read how you can help!
Zoom into Magic: Magic Camp Online!
Join our instructor, professional magician John Dudley, for three Zoom sessions of magical fun! The first two sessions (lasting an hour and a half) will instruct participants in the art of magic and the final session will give participants the chance to perform in our very own online magic show. All the tricks and materials each participant needs will be included in the registration price. Supply packets can be picked up at the museum in Downtown Marshall or mailed to your home. Upon completion, students will be mailed a certificate and admission tickets to the American Museum of Magic (2 adults and 2 children, $16 value).
For more information or to register for Camp, please go to the Magic Camp web page…
The mission of the American Museum of Magic is to inspire and delight the public with the wonder of magic by documenting and celebrating the contributions and lives of magicians.
Rent the Museum!
Looking for a unique space for your wedding or party? The American Museum of Magic is available for all sorts of gatherings. Please contact us at (269) 781-7570 to learn more.
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