The Negaunee Historical Society Museum is located in Negaunee in Michigan’s Marquette County. The land that the museum sits on was originally the St. Paul Catholic Church’s cemetery. The house that is now home to the museum was built in 1901 after the church was moved to its current location, though there is no record of when the cemetery was moved. The museum features three floors of exhibits and artifacts displaying the town’s iron mining heritage. The 19th century décor will enable you to truly experience the history. You’ll also find military, school, railroad and city band displays, antique dental equipment, Native American artifacts, and a Dominic Jacobetti display.
Hours of Operation: Memorial to Labor Day Mon-Sat 10:00am – 4:00pm