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Track the Past Family Train Day
Roundtoit Railroad returns for our 2nd Annual Track the Past Family Train Day on Saturday, October 8th from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Discover the 1920’s Come Alive on the Lake courtesy of our generous sponsors: September 3rd & 4th and October 8th.
The 1920s Come Alive
Invite your family and friends together for your event in our unique venue that brings the resort era to life. Read our Rental Agreement Policy for full details. The rental process begins by checking for availability.
Did You Know?
• World-renown Dr. William Scholl learned shoemaking skills from his grandfather in Cedar Lake.
• The Amour Brothers would cut and harvest ice from Cedar Lake for their meatpacking company in Chicago.
• Cedar Lake was a honeymoon hotspot in the early 1900’s.
• The Cobe Cup race route, the precursor to the Indianapolis 500, ran through Cedar Lake.
Whether you come to Cedar Lake to learn or to lounge – the 1920’s Come Alive on the Lake. Want to know more? Ask our historian.
Resort Gift Shop
Get your Cedar Lake resort wear online or visit our general store resort souvenir and sweet treat shop featuring candy and ice cream inside the Museum.
Choose from Museum at Lassen’s Resort, Resort Life Rocks, Dewey Line Crew, Taylor Ice Truck, or Skate Your Date graphic t-shirt. Available in adult sizes.
Support the museum when you purchase books, posters, pins, ornaments, stickers, or toys. Note: Pub glasses must be purchased at the museum.
Our Lands’ End Business storefront carries The Museum at Lassen’s Resort polos and outerwear. Online shopping only.
Lassen’s: 100 Years Later
“I love being able to see so much of Cedar Lake’s History! Some I remember and the rest is great to see… Without spending some time in the museum you really can’t understand much of what it took to build the lake into the town!”
“The Museum was way better than I even thought it would be! I’ve lived in Cedar Lake for many years but never came before. I loved the steamboat, and so did my kids… The way that the whole museum is set up and divided into rooms is just genius and beautiful.“
“From the perspective of a new member to the town and lake, it was a fantastic experience! The history of the lake and the surrounding communities (unfiltered) made it an easy decision to want to be part of Cedar Lake Indiana!“