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Set up to preserve the history of copper mining on the Keweenaw Peninsula, the beautiful Keweenaw National Historical Park is a family-friendly destination. Keweenaw Heritage Sites offer a wide range of things to do and experience, including museum visits, guided tours, and theatrical performances. The park is also home to many recreation options including hiking, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, camping, and biking in the summer and snowshoeing, cross-country and downhill skiing, ice fishing, and snowmobiling in the winter.


Vary with season
here is no fee to enter Keweenaw National Historical Park. However, many of the Keweenaw Heritage Sites do charge an activity or entrance fee.


  • Calumet Theatre Plays & Concerts


  • Guided Tours
  • Museums
  • Museums
  • Hiking
  • Skiing


  • Are the Keweenaw Heritage Sites open all year long?

    No, most of the heritage sites, which feature museums and former copper mines, are closed during the winter. They generally shut down by late October and reopen in late May.
  • Is there a place to get information before visiting the park?

    The Calumet Visitor Center at the Union Building in downtown Calumet features exhibits, media, and photos. There’s also a seasonal visitor information desk at the Quincy Mine & Hoist Gift Shop just north of Hancock, Michigan on U.S. Highway 41.

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