Mining Legacy

45 Historical Attractions | Keweenaw National Historic Park | Mine Tours | Mineral Museum | Fort Wilkins | Mansion Tour | Tech Archives | Ghost Towns

Tens of thousands of immigrants from Finland, Cornwall and other European countries “went West” to Michigan’s northernmost peninsula to seek their fortunes in the mines, forests and towns. Most of that fortune stuffed the bank accounts of mine owners and lumber barons.

But one-industry towns are risky. Rising production costs, a failed miners’ strike in 1913, followed by the Great Depression caused jobs and people to vanish. Now, these phantom towns and industrial relics are vivid reminders of how fleeting natural resources … and prosperity … can be. While a large share of the population left the region, much of their legacy remains to be rediscovered and experienced.  

Not sure where to start? Here are what the locals recommend …

Start Your Journey at the Keweenaw National Historical Park.

The Keweenaw National Historic Park (KNHP) preserves and shares the story of the Keweenaw’s copper booms and busts through 21 Heritage Sites. Each helps tell of the rise, domination and decline of this area’s copper mining industry. Embodying stories of hardship, ingenuity, struggle and success, each site allows you to explore the role mining played in people’s lives here and afar.  Be sure to visit the KNHP Visitors’ Center in Calumet, MI to learn about upcoming exhibits, programs and to help plan your visit.  

 

Tour an Underground Copper Mine.

Aerial view of the historic Quincy Mine in the Keweenaw

There’s no better way to understand what life was like for the miners who toiled to produce the copper ore than to participate in a tour of one of the Keweenaw’s historic copper mines.  During the copper boom of the late 1800s, mines sprung to life across the region.  But many operated only a short time due to a challenging competitive environment, technological shifts, and the constantly changing price of copper. 

Luckily, visitors can still experience life below ground by visiting the historic Quincy Mine near Hancock, MI or take a self-guided tour of the Delaware Mine near Mohawk, MI.  

  • Guided tours at Quincy Mine allow visitors to travel back into the late 1800s and experience the ingenuity, technology and persaverance required to make the mine one of the most reliable and profitable copper mines of its day.  Encounter the Norderg Steam Hoist, the world’s largest steam-powered hoist engine, which made it possible to extend the No. 2 Mine Shaft 92 levels underground! Then ride the Cog Rail Tram, which passengers down the steep hill that overlooks the Portage Lake Lift Bridge to the East Adit (mine entrance) where your underground experience begins!
  • Located 12 miles south of Copper Harbor, the Delaware Copper Mine dates from 1847-1887. Eight million pounds of copper were removed from the five shafts that reached a depth of 1,400 feet with ten levels. The tour takes you down shaft No. 1 to the first level. You’ll see pure veins of copper exposed in the walls of the mine. Model train, rock & mineral and mining displays, antique engines, petting zoo and walking trails. Museum and gift shop at the mine site. Open daily June thru October. 
A group tour of a copper mine in the Upper Peninsula

The Quincy Mine offers both surface and underground tours so that visitors can experience the life of copper miners in the late 1800s.

 

Explore our Ghost Towns

Remnants of vanished mining communities exist throughout the Keweenaw landscape.  As mines closed, entire communities migrated to other parts of the Keweenaw and the country. Much of the stone architecture remains along the region’s trail systems and within the regrown forests of the Keweenaw.  Many of these sites are accessible to the public interested in visiting the ruins and hoping to find native copper among the mounds of discarded mine rock piles.  Click here for tips on exploring our Ghost Towns

 

Discover a treasure trove in the Michigan Tech University Archives.

Whether you are interested in 19th-century immigration, mining, boom-and-bust towns or tracing your own family history in the Upper Peninsula, this Houghton site offers photos to newspapers on microfilm dating back to the 1850s. The Michigan Tech University Archives and Historical Collections provides a treasure trove of historical documents and images for visitors interested in conducting research on the Keweenaw’s storied past.  Click here to search the archives

 

Tour the Home of a Copper Baron.

While the village of Laurium is not a ghost town, it is the site of large homes that rose up from the hey-day of copper mining and lumbering. The most opulent is the Laurium Manor, a 45-room mansion built in 1908 for Calumet & Arizona Mining Co. owners Thomas H. & Cornelia Hoatson. Today it is a bed-and-breakfast inn that in addition to being available for overnight stays offers daily self-guided tours between Memorial Weekend and late October. Visiting the Laurium Manor Inn is an excellent way to see the disparity of wealth during the height of copper boom-and-bust years. Click here for more information about tours of the Laurium Manor.  

A view of the outside of a copper baron's home in Laurium, MI

Visitors can opt for a tour of the opulent Laurium Manor, which belonged to a local copper baron during the early 1900s.

 

Fort Wilkins State Park

Built in 1844 and abandoned just two years late, Fort Wilkins was once an active U.S. Army post constructed to keep the peace in Michigan’s Copper Country. The fort was briefly regarrisoned in the late 1860’s. Today, Fort Wilkins State Park is a well-preserved example of mid-19th century army life on the northern frontier. Through exhibits, audiovisual programs and living history interpretation, visitors may explore the daily routine of military service, experience the hardships of frontier isolation and discover the lifeways of another era. The park also includes the Copper Harbor Lighthouse Complex with a restored 1848 lightkeeper’s dwelling, 1866 lighthouse, and interpretive trails.

Several additional attractions are nearby.  The Estivant Pines (a stand of virgin white pines), and The Delaware Mine (an old copper mine with guided tours), are located near the park. Brockway Mountain Drive offers scenic views of Lake Superior, inland lakes and panoramic views of the Keewenaw Penninsula. Waterfalls, day trips to Isle Royale, shipwrecks, museums, shops and restaurants are all nearby.

A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum

With about 4,000 specimens on display and frequently changing exhibits, the A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum located on the campus of Michigan Tech showcases amazing minerals from the Great Lakes Region and around the world. Visitors can access the world’s largest public display of minerals from the Great Lakes region, one of the best fluorescent mineral exhibits in the U.S., and a world-record 17-ton native copper slab (not open in winter)! The museum is the “official Mineralogical Museum of Michigan” and a Heritage Site of the Keweenaw National Historical Park.

World-record 17 ton copper slab at the A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum

45 Historical Attractions

The Keweenaw’s history draws visitors from across the globe.  Discover over forty historical attractions that tell the story of the Copper Country’s incredible past.  

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562 Gratiot Street
Copper Harbor, MI 49918 US

Phone: (906) 289-4449
E-Mail Address: minnetonk@aol.com
Region: Copper Harbor
Website

A very large collection of antique dolls, toys and Indian artifacts. Other local collections include rock mineral specimens, mining memorabilia, shipwreck items, bottles insulators, tools lante ...
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Delaware, MI 49550 US

Region: Copper Harbor

A sign on US-41, approximately 4 miles north of Delaware, marks the trail road that leads to the once thriving community of Mandan. In 1910 there was a population of 300 with a Keweenaw Central Ra ...
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MI 49550 US

Region: Copper Harbor

Take the Lac La Belle road off US-41 just north of Delaware to the Wyoming sign approximately 1 1/2 miles down on the right. About a mile down this gravel road is the vacant field where the villag ...
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15223 US Highway 41
Copper Harbor, MI 49918 US

Phone: (906) 289-4215
Region: Copper Harbor
Website

159 grass sites and 2 cabins on Lake Fanny Hooe. Open mid-May to mid-October. Built in 1844 on the rugged shore of Lake Superior, Fort Wilkins is a well-preserved example of mid-19th century arm ...
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110 Red Jacket Road
Calumet, MI 49913 US

Region: Calumet

The Calumet Colosseum is the oldest still-in-use indoor ice arena in the world. Thats a claim were proud of, and when our opponents and their fans step foot in the building, theyll be reminded of ...
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338 7th Street
Calumet, MI 49913 US

Phone: (906) 337-3731
Region: Calumet
Website

Currently under restoration, the church was constructed in 1898 to serve an immigrant population that had come to work in the regions copper mines. Open daily from 9 am to 6 pm from June to early ...
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340 Sixth Street
Calumet, MI 49913 US

Phone: (906) 337-2610
(906) 337-2166
E-Mail Address: calumettheatre@calumettheatre.com
Region: Calumet
Website

When its doors opened in 1900, the Calumet Opera House became one of the finest municipal theatres in America. Many famous traveling drama companies and musicians, from Madame Helena Modjeska to J ...
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327 Sixth Street
Calumet, MI 49913 US

Phone: (906) 337-4579
E-Mail Address: coppercountryfirefighters@hotmail.com
Region: Calumet
Website

Housed in the historic Red Jacket Fire Station, this museum features memorabilia and exhibits spanning almost a century of firefighting history. A Heritage Site of the Keweenaw National Historical ...
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25815 Red Jacket Road
Calumet, MI 49913 US

Phone: (906) 337-4354
E-Mail Address: info@KeweenawHeritageSites.org
Region: Calumet
Website

The Mining Museum is merely an introduction to the fascinating story of the Copper Country and Americas first real mining boom.
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25725 Scott Street
Calumet, MI 49913 US

Phone: (906) 337-2410
E-Mail Address: heritage@pasty.com
Region: Calumet
Website

Housed in the historic St. Annes Roman Catholic Church, the Heritage Center works to preserve and interpret the culture and heritage of the Copper Country through exhibits, educational programs an ...
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700 E. Lakeshore Dr.
Houghton, MI 49931 US

Phone: (906) 482-7760
Region: Houghton

The Dee Stadium provides the area with a great ice skating facility from October through April. It is home to the Houghton High School Hockey team and Portage Lake Pioneers Senior Hockey team.
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Freda, MI 49905 US

Region: Houghton

Take the Houghton Canal Road west of Houghton to the Coles Creek Road to the Freda Road, then left to the end. This was the home of the Champion Mine mill. Freda was also a popular resort destinat ...
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Inside the Dee Stadium
Houghton, MI 49931 US

Region: Houghton

Visit the Birthplace of Professional Hockey and The History of Hockey Exhibit, located in The Kenner Ruohonen Memorial History Room. The Hockey History Museum is open during the summer months Mond ...
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105 Huron Street
Houghton, MI 49931 US

Phone: (906) 482-7140
E-Mail Address: history@cityofhoughton.com
Region: Houghton
Website

The Carnegie Museum of the Keweenaw is open year-round and features changing exhibits and programs about the regions cultural and natural history, including interactive displays to engage all lear ...
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44 Trimountain Ave
South Range, MI 49963 US

Phone: (906) 487-9412
E-Mail Address: johnandjeanp@chartermi.net
Region: Houghton
Website

Museum which focuses on the history of the Range towns in southern Houghton County, during the copper mining era of the Copper Range Mining Company.
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1404 E. Sharon Avenue
Houghton, MI 49931 US

Phone: (906) 487-2572
E-Mail Address: tjb@mtu.edu
Region: Houghton
Website

Discover the mineral heritage of the Keweenaw Peninsula native copper district & more at the A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum. The museum showcases minerals from the Great Lakes region & around
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Central, MI 49950 US

Phone: (906) 289-4990
Region: Eagle Harbor
Website

Located just north of US-41 approximately 4 miles north of Phoenix. The community, now a part of the Keweenaw County Historic Society Museum Complex, was settled around the Central Mining Company ...
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Eagle Harbor, MI 49550 US

Region: Eagle Harbor

The Copper Falls mine was one of the regions pioneers. It was 1845, and the Copper Falls Company gained a tract of landing spanning over 4,000 acres north of the greenstone on a 700 foot summit of ...
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Delaware, MI 49950 US

Region: Eagle Harbor

The remains of this once booming mine town can be seen on the east side of US-41 about 10 miles north of Central. A few old houses remain, one of them bearing a handmade sign advertising rocks. Ev ...
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Marina Road
Eagle Harbor, MI 49950 US

Region: Eagle Harbor
Website

Lake Superior may be calm as glass one moment and have 20 foot seas the next. Storms rage on the lake from April through the infamous Gales of November into January. The crew of the Eagle Harbor L ...
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670 Lighthouse Rd
Eagle Harbor, MI 49950 US

Phone: (906) 289-4990
E-Mail Address: vjamison@pasty.com
Region: Eagle Harbor
Website

The Keweenaw County Historical Society operates ten historic sites and museums. The Eagle Harbor Lighthouse museum the complexincludes a Maritime Museum in the old fog signal building, a Keweenaw ...
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Corner of 3rd and Center Street
Eagle Harbor, MI 49950 US

Region: Eagle Harbor
Website

Located in Eagle Harbor, two blocks west of the harbors swimming beach, this extensively restored one-room school served the community from 1853 to 1872. It was in this building that Justus H. Rat ...
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7804 Delaware Mine Rd
Delaware, MI 49950 US

Phone: (906) 289-4688
E-Mail Address: delminetourupmi@aol.com
Region: Eagle Harbor
Website

A unique combination of entertainment and education, the Delaware is the Keweenaw's oldest attraction!
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Chassell, MI 49916 US

Region: Chassell

In 1893, Craig, also know as Portage Entry, located on the shore of Keweenaw Bay at the mouth of the Portage River and on the Soo Line Railroad in Schoolcraft and Portage Townships and 13 miles so ...
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42373 Hancock Street
Chassell, MI 49916 US

Phone: (906) 523-1155
Region: Chassell
Website

The Chassell Heritage Center houses the Chassell Township Museum, Friends of Fashion Vintage Clothing Collection and a performance and convocation area. A Heritage Site of the Keweenaw National Hi ...
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Lake Linden, MI 49945 US

Region: Lake Linden

Gregoryville was located opposite Lake Linden across Torch Lake in the approximate area of the current Maple Leaf Bar. Settled in 1867 by Joseph Gregory who operated the saw mill from 1867 to 1872 ...
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53150 Hwy M-26
Lake Linden, MI 49945 US

Phone: (906) 296-4121
E-Mail Address: info@houghtonhistory.org
Region: Lake Linden
Website

This 15 acre campus on the old Calumet Hecla millsite along the shore of Torch Lake houses the Houghton County Historical Museum and the Copper Country Railroad Heritage Center. The campus also f ...
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Lake Linden Avenue
Tamarack Street
Laurium, MI 49913 US

Region: Laurium

George Gipp, Notre Dames first All-American football player, was born in Laurium in 1895. He died at the age of 25 after a 4-year, 32 game collegiate career in which he scored 83 touchdowns. His d ...
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310 Hecla Street
Laurium, MI 49913 US

Region: Laurium

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places on January 31, 2005, the Laurium district encompasses roughly 2872 acres of industrial, social and architectural history. Founded in 1887, the Vi ...
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320 Tamarack Street
Laurium, MI 49913 US

Phone: (906) 337-2549
Region: Laurium
Website

This 13,000 square foot, 45 room ante-bellum mansion was built in 1908 for a wealthy copper mine owner at a cost of $50,000. $35,000 in decorations and furnishings were then added. On the tour you ...
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M-26
Eagle River, MI 49950 US

Region: Eagle River

Donated to the Society in 1998 by the grandsons of blacksmith Amos Bammert, the shop was built in the 1880s at the Cliff Mine location and moved to Phoenix in about 1906. Amos, born in 1863, opera ...
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Eagle River, MI 49950 US

Region: Eagle River

This lighthouse, located at the south bend of the Eagle River, went into operation in 1854. In 1874 a new lighthouse with a brick tower a 24' square brick tower and a small dwelling were built. It's
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Highway M-26
Eagle River, MI 49950 US

Region: Eagle River
Website

The Eagle River Museum provides a series of exhibits devoted to the history of Eagle River, The Cliff Mine and Clifton, and Crestview. Is open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, from noon - 3 ...
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US-41
Phoenix, MI 49950 US

Region: Eagle River
Website

St. Marys Church was built in 1858 to serve the Catholic residents in the nearby mining community of Cliff, scene of the areas first major copper discovery in 1844. Services continued until 1899 w ...
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Phoenix, MI 49550 US

Region: Eagle River

Approximately 6 miles north of Mohawk on US-41. Settled in 1845 by the Phoenix Copper Company of Boston, MA, its population had risen to 1,000 by 1877. Phoenix once housed churches, a schoolhouse, ...
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49083 N. Royce Road
Hancock, MI 49930 US

Phone: (906) 482-9050
Region: Hancock
Website

The Quincy Smelter is the only existing early 20th century copper smelter in the country. Go through the massive buildings on the Portage Canal in the heart of Hancock and Houghton.
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435 Quincy Street
Hancock, MI 49930 US

Phone: (906) 487-7437
E-Mail Address: editor@finnishamericanreporter.com
Region: Hancock
Website

The Finnish-American Heritage Center Historical Archive, on the campus of Finlandia University, houses the Finnish-American historical archive, a museum, a theater, an art gallery, the Family His ...
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49750 US-41
Hancock, MI 49930 US

Phone: (906) 482-3101
E-Mail Address: glenda@quincymine.com
Region: Hancock
Website

A National Historic Landmark District, the Quincy Mine Tours feature the worlds largest steam hoist, the #2 shafthouse, scenic cog-rail tram rides and underground mine tours. A Heritage Site of th ...
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Fifth Street
Eagle Harbor, MI 49950 US

This is the oldest Catholic church in the Upper Peninsula. It was built in 1852 under the direction of Father Frederic Baraga and is still in use today as a memorial to him. Services are held in ...
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401 Seventh Street
Calumet, MI 49913 US

This was the sight of a disaster on Christmas Eve, 1913. Seventy-three people, over half of whom were children, suffocated while attempting to escape from a false-fire alarm during a bitter strike ...
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Lake Linden, MI 49945 US

Take the Bootjack Road southeast out of Lake Linden to the Jacobsville Road to Jacobsville. It was started in 1887 as a fishing village at the mouth of the Portage River. It was the site of the sa ...
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98 Fifth Street
Calumet, MI 49913 US

Phone: (906) 483-3176
E-Mail Address: kewe_information@nps.gov
Website

This national park, in conjunction with 22 Heritage Sites, commemorates the heritage of copper mining on the Keweenaw Peninsula - its mines, its machinery and its people. The Calumet Visitors Cen ...
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301 Eighth Street
Calumet, MI 49913 US

Built in 1902, this impressive twin-spire structure features the original beautiful windows, paintings and altar work. Tour guides available from noon - 3 pm July thru September. Open lateJuneto ...
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Lake Linden, MI 49945 US

Take the Bootjack Road south from Lake Linden to the Jacobsville Road, follow to White City. In the early 1900s White City was a premiere summer resort with hotel-restaurant-saloon, amusement park ...
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42634 N Shaft Road
Painesdale, MI 49955 US

Phone: (906) 482-0776
E-Mail Address: bmanninen@chartermi.net
Website

Painesdale Mine and Shaft Inc. is dedicated to preserving the Champion #4 Shaft House in Painesdale, MI.
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200 Adventure Ave
Greenland, MI 49929 US

Phone: (906) 883-3371
Website

As authentic as it gets...
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A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum

1404 E. Sharon Avenue
Houghton, MI 49931
United States
Phone: (906) 487-2572
Region: Houghton
Discover the mineral heritage of the Keweenaw Peninsula native copper district & more at the A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum. The museum showcases minerals from the Great Lakes region & around More

Adventure Mine

200 Adventure Ave
Greenland, MI 49929
United States
Phone: (906) 883-3371
As authentic as it gets... More

Astor House Museum

562 Gratiot Street
Copper Harbor, MI 49918
United States
Phone: (906) 289-4449
Region: Copper Harbor
A very large collection of antique dolls, toys and Indian artifacts. Other local collections include rock mineral specimens, mining memorabilia, shipwreck items, bottles insulators, tools lante ... More

Bammert Blacksmith Shop

M-26
Eagle River, MI 49950
United States
Region: Eagle River
Donated to the Society in 1998 by the grandsons of blacksmith Amos Bammert, the shop was built in the 1880s at the Cliff Mine location and moved to Phoenix in about 1906. Amos, born in 1863, opera ... More

Calumet Colosseum

110 Red Jacket Road
Calumet, MI 49913
United States
Region: Calumet
The Calumet Colosseum is the oldest still-in-use indoor ice arena in the world. Thats a claim were proud of, and when our opponents and their fans step foot in the building, theyll be reminded of ... More

Calumet Theatre

340 Sixth Street
Calumet, MI 49913
United States
Phone: (906) 337-2610 (906) 337-2166
Region: Calumet
When its doors opened in 1900, the Calumet Opera House became one of the finest municipal theatres in America. Many famous traveling drama companies and musicians, from Madame Helena Modjeska to J ... More

Carnegie Museum of the Keweenaw

105 Huron Street
Houghton, MI 49931
United States
Phone: (906) 482-7140
Region: Houghton
The Carnegie Museum of the Keweenaw is open year-round and features changing exhibits and programs about the regions cultural and natural history, including interactive displays to engage all lear ... More

Central Mine

Central, MI 49950
United States
Phone: (906) 289-4990
Region: Eagle Harbor
Located just north of US-41 approximately 4 miles north of Phoenix. The community, now a part of the Keweenaw County Historic Society Museum Complex, was settled around the Central Mining Company ... More

Chassell Heritage Center

42373 Hancock Street
Chassell, MI 49916
United States
Phone: (906) 523-1155
Region: Chassell
The Chassell Heritage Center houses the Chassell Township Museum, Friends of Fashion Vintage Clothing Collection and a performance and convocation area. A Heritage Site of the Keweenaw National Hi ... More

Copper Country Firefighter's Memorial Museum

327 Sixth Street
Calumet, MI 49913
United States
Phone: (906) 337-4579
Region: Calumet
Housed in the historic Red Jacket Fire Station, this museum features memorabilia and exhibits spanning almost a century of firefighting history. A Heritage Site of the Keweenaw National Historical ... More

Copper Falls The Ghost Town

Eagle Harbor, MI 49550
United States
Region: Eagle Harbor
The Copper Falls mine was one of the regions pioneers. It was 1845, and the Copper Falls Company gained a tract of landing spanning over 4,000 acres north of the greenstone on a 700 foot summit of ... More

Copper Range Historical Museum

44 Trimountain Ave
South Range, MI 49963
United States
Phone: (906) 487-9412
Region: Houghton
Museum which focuses on the history of the Range towns in southern Houghton County, during the copper mining era of the Copper Range Mining Company. More

Coppertown USA Mining Museum & Gift Shop

25815 Red Jacket Road
Calumet, MI 49913
United States
Phone: (906) 337-4354
Region: Calumet
The Mining Museum is merely an introduction to the fascinating story of the Copper Country and Americas first real mining boom. More

Craig the Ghost Town

Chassell, MI 49916
United States
Region: Chassell
In 1893, Craig, also know as Portage Entry, located on the shore of Keweenaw Bay at the mouth of the Portage River and on the Soo Line Railroad in Schoolcraft and Portage Townships and 13 miles so ... More

Dee Stadium

700 E. Lakeshore Dr.
Houghton, MI 49931
United States
Phone: (906) 482-7760
Region: Houghton
The Dee Stadium provides the area with a great ice skating facility from October through April. It is home to the Houghton High School Hockey team and Portage Lake Pioneers Senior Hockey team. More

Delaware Copper Mine Tours

7804 Delaware Mine Rd
Delaware, MI 49950
United States
Phone: (906) 289-4688
Region: Eagle Harbor
A unique combination of entertainment and education, the Delaware is the Keweenaw's oldest attraction! More

Delaware The Ghost Town

Delaware, MI 49950
United States
Region: Eagle Harbor
The remains of this once booming mine town can be seen on the east side of US-41 about 10 miles north of Central. A few old houses remain, one of them bearing a handmade sign advertising rocks. Ev ... More

Eagle Harbor Life Saving Station

Marina Road
Eagle Harbor, MI 49950
United States
Region: Eagle Harbor
Lake Superior may be calm as glass one moment and have 20 foot seas the next. Storms rage on the lake from April through the infamous Gales of November into January. The crew of the Eagle Harbor L ... More

Eagle River Lighthouse

Eagle River, MI 49950
United States
Region: Eagle River
This lighthouse, located at the south bend of the Eagle River, went into operation in 1854. In 1874 a new lighthouse with a brick tower a 24' square brick tower and a small dwelling were built. It's More

Eagle River Museum

Highway M-26
Eagle River, MI 49950
United States
Region: Eagle River
The Eagle River Museum provides a series of exhibits devoted to the history of Eagle River, The Cliff Mine and Clifton, and Crestview. Is open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, from noon - 3 ... More

Finnish American Heritage Center

435 Quincy Street
Hancock, MI 49930
United States
Phone: (906) 487-7437
Region: Hancock
The Finnish-American Heritage Center Historical Archive, on the campus of Finlandia University, houses the Finnish-American historical archive, a museum, a theater, an art gallery, the Family His ... More



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