Jackson & The Roaring 20s
Propelled by events of the previous decade, Jackson, Michigan roared through the 1920s, experiencing lasting modifications to its social and physical appearance. Jackson & The Roaring 20s, an exhibition developed by Ella Sharp Museum explores stories of the decade and their enduring significance in the community.
Visitors will explore:
- Events of the 1910s
- The transition into the 1920s
- The lasting effects through the 1920s and into the future.
- Visitors will learn more specifically about Jackson saloons, brewery history, shifts in pop-culture, women of the 1920s, industries, technology, political and cultural tensions, and a larger look at the visible changes that took place during the decade.
Runs: through October 24, 2021
Museum Members and Children Under 5: Free
Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sundays 12 – 5 p.m. *Wednesday – Saturday: Closed 12 pm to 12:30 pm for cleaning* Learn about our latest COVID-19 updates and “Steps to a safe and healthy visit” HERE.
Admission includes access to the Jackson History Gallery, Frida Kahlo’s Garden Exhibit, Barns: Preserving Agricultural Heritage exhibit, Andrews Wildlife Gallery, and the Never Enough Time Gallery.