Well it has been sometime now that the talks about a museum for Michael Jackson surfaced, and it appears things are still in the works. It will be going on nearly 3 years since the King of Pop passed away and fans are still looking for somewhere to go to pay their tribute. The planned museum which will be featured in his hometown of Gary, Indiana looks to still be on track.
The mayor of Gary, Rudy Clay, has been a major supporter of bringing the museum to his city. Since the discussion first came there has been missed deadlines and changes to the proposal and currently the 186 acre site sits undeveloped. According to ABC 7 News, they have now added a performing arts center, a light rail station, and a amusement park.
“This is a destination, worldwide destination that people will come [to] from all over the world,” said Simon Sahouri of the Jackson Development and Marketing Corporation.
While the project has been delayed and changed several times, we can be almost certain that the project will be completed at some point, and the fans of MJ will have a place to visit to go cherish the greatest pop musician of all time.