Visit the Calumet Visitor CenterThe Calumet Visitor Center at Keweenaw National Historical Park has three floors of exhibits that are geared toward multiple learning styles and age groups. Explore how copper influenced the history of the area and continues to today. Plan to spend at least an hour at the Visitor Center, but your class may need more.
Before You Plan Your Visit
1. Email Katie Keller, Education Technician at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (906) 483-3175 to learn about hours of operation and to schedule your field trip, or submit this form online. Please note: The online form is for visits on Friday's throughout the school year only. If you would like to visit on another day, please contact the park directly using the information above.
2. Review the Pre-Visit Letter for teachers.
Please Note: Larger groups need to be divided into smaller groups of 15 or less during their visit. This allows students more opportunities to interact with the exhibits, and other visitors in the museum to be less impacted. There needs to be at least one adult with every smaller group of students. Groups will be assigned to different areas of the visitor center throughout the visit.
3. Transportation costs to the Calumet Visitor Center can be reimbursed by the Keweenaw National Historical Park Advisory Commission. To receive reimbursement, follow the directions on this form.
4. Keweenaw National Historical Park offers curriculum materials that can be utilized in the classroom and/or during a Visitor Center visit for select grades.