Beverly Shores Depot Museum & Art Gallery
This tiny, pink stucco museum pays homage to the town's history and groundbreaking architecture. It's also the spot where you can catch the only inter-urban train line in Indiana Dunes Country. While you're waiting for your train, check out the intimate gallery--an ever-rotating display of paintings, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, wood- carving and fiber art. A number of local artists are featured in the gallery. There are also local products in the gift shop.
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (CT)
Learn about the history of Beverly Shores, which began as a planned resort community in 1927. The exhibit will include town landmarks and the former Beverly Shores School. Held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from May to October.
5:00 - 7:00 p.m. (CT)
The museum shares the historic pink stucco building known as the depot with the South Shore train station. Inside visitors can find history, art exhibits, and a gift shop. A reception is held on the second Friday of each month from mid-May to mid-October.