Keweenaw Heritage Sites
25970 Red Jacket Road
Calumet, Michigan 49913
906.337.3168
info@KeweenawHeritageSites.org

 
 
 

 

Copper Range Historical Museum
 

From the early 1900s until the mid-1950s copper mining was the economic engine of the western Upper Peninsula. Tens of thousands of immigrants from northern Europe, Italy, England, and Canada made their way to the Copper Country to find work and improve their lives. The Copper Range Historical Museum attempts to recreate what life and work were like for these miners, loggers, farmers, businesspeople, homemakers, and children. Museum displays bring to life the people who built the towns and villages of Atlantic Mine, South Range, Baltic, Trimountain, Painesdale, Winona, Toivola, Donken, Redridge, Beacon Hill, Edgemere, and Freda. Collections include photographs, books, and artifacts from the everyday lives of ordinary people.

 
Copper Range Historical Museum
44 Trimountain Ave.
P.O. Box 148
South Range, Michigan 49963
906-482-6125

Visit us at:
www.pasty.com/crhm

Hours:
Open June through early October, noon to 3:00 p.m.

Tuesday through Saturday in June, September, and October

Monday through Saturday in July and August

Anytime by appointment

Admission Fees:
$1.00 per adult, children are free, members are free, no charge for group tours

   
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