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The museum was wonderful. Free admission and beautifully displayed. Many movies and other things to listen to and to teach you. 2 floors to look at and learn. Very clean bathrooms. It’s worth the stop.
We stopped while in the area and are happy we did. Please note that the building on the park map with this title is administrative offices; you want the visitor center and the other local buildings comprising the park. You will leave wondering what the...More
We had a great time visiting the museum. 3 floors of interesting history. Enjoyed listening to older residents tell about earlier times. Enjoyed the 14-minute movie. The wooden floors in this place were beyond exquisite!! The rangers/guides were friendly and answered all our questions, most...More
The Keweenaw National Historical Park is an incredible array of buildings, ruins, industrial sites, and abandoned mines. The Keweenaw is dripping with history and it's great that the National Park Service is dedicating resources to preserve and restore unique sites. Their Visitor Center in the...More
Visitor center had some interesting displays. This Park is unusual in that it is a collection of sites scattered through the UP. Some are privately owned, therefore have fees! Interesting to walk around town of Calumet with it's collection of historic buildings.
The Visitors' Center for the Keweenaw National Park has great displays lots of books and a short film all related to the ming history of the Keweenaw Peninsula. Plus it's located within a few blocks of the remaining structures from the 19th century boomtown. Pick...More
The Keweenaw National Park is a relatively new part of the US National Parks. The people in the Peninsula have done an excellent job in preserving their history and making it come alive! Make sure your kids take part in the Jr. Ranger Experience!