Keweenaw Heritage Sites
25970 Red Jacket Road
Calumet, Michigan 49913


The Keweenaw Heritage Sites work in partnership with the National Park Service to
interpret the region's copper mining heritage. All 19 sites provide a variety of
experiences for visitors to choose from. Whether it's climbing mountain peaks or
strolling along Lake Superior shores; exploring dark, underground mines or walking
through quaint historic villages; discovering the past at local museums or biking past
beautiful fall foliage; the scenery and history of the Copper Country is both sublime
and captivating. Journey here today and step back in time to when copper was king.

Underground Mine Tours

Adventure Mine
Delaware Copper Mine
Quincy Mine Tours

Historical Museums
& Heritage Centers

Chassell Heritage Center
Copper Range Historical Museum
Coppertown Mining Museum
Finnish-American Heritage Center
Houghton County Historical Museum
Keweenaw County Historical Society
Keweenaw Heritage Center at St. Anne's
Ontonagon County Historical Society
Copper Country Firefighters History Museum

Copper Country Firefighters
History Museum

Natural History
& Recreation Sites

A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum
Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park

Ways of Life

Calumet Theatre
Hanka Homestead Museum
Fort Wilkins Historic State Park
Laurium Manor Mansion Tours
Old Victoria


Delaware Copper Mine Tours

The DELAWARE MINE is an authentic mine that operated from 1847 until 1887, during the country's first major mining boom. The mine was supported by a group of investors, including Horace Greeley. Although the mine didn't make any money for it's investors, it nowserves asthe perfect example of what the mines in this area were like in the 1800's. Visitors to the DELAWARE MINE walk down 100 feet of stairs through the #1 shaft to the first level of the mine...  >> full profile



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