Keweenaw National Historic Park is located in Michigan’s Baraga, Houghton, Keweenaw, and Ontonagon counties in the Upper Peninsula. Keweenaw National Park was originally established as of 1992 and is known for its culture and history such as it’s Copper heritage, Mining history and more. Keweenaw National Park features hiking, guided tours, archives to explore, lighthouses, geocaching, and museums to visit. Some of the main things to do in Keweenaw National Park include going underground to get the full experience of what it used to be like for a miner and seeing what the mining days were like. There are 22 Heritage Sites within this historic Park that include attractions such as, the A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum, the Calumet Theatre, the Carnegie Museum, the Chassell Heritage Center, Fort Wilkins Historic State Park, Hanka Homestead Museum, Houghton County Historical Museum, Laurium Manor, Old Victoria, Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, Quincy Mine and many more sites that showcase the rich history of the Upper Peninsula.
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