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Contact: Wyndeth Davis, 906-483-3020
Keweenaw National Historical Park has reduced the hours and days of operation at the Calumet Visitor Center. The facility is now open and from The park will maintain this schedule from November 1, 2017 – .
The Calumet Visitor Center is free and offers three floors of interactive exhibits about the history of copper mining in the Calumet region. Short films, audio-visual programs, and museum objects reveal the area’s geology and history. Exhibits reveal Calumet’s place on the national stage of copper production, and include the individual voices of local miners, teachers, and nurses who lived Calumet’s copper mining history. It’s also a great place to start your Keweenaw adventure by mapping out the 21 official Keweenaw Heritage Sites, located from Ontonagon to Copper Harbor. Collectively, these sites offer infinite possibilities for exploring the Keweenaw history in the places where it happened. Park Rangers are on hand and happy to help you learn more about the region and plan your visit.
For more information about the Calumet Visitor Center or Keweenaw National Historical Park programs, contact the front desk at headquarters 906/337-3168, or check the web at www.nps.gov/kewe.