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The Iron County Historical Museum is Upper Michigan's largest local museum and is located in Caspian, Michigan on nearly 10 acres of land, a former mine site.  It has 26 buildings and over 100 major exhibits and includes two special art galleries.
Preserving and sharing our Iron County heritage with present and future generations.
Iron County Historical Museum

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about the Iron County Historical Museum

The Iron County Historical and Museum Society was organized in 1962 and the Museum was opened in 1968.  It is Upper Michigan's largest local museum and is located on nearly 10 acres of land, a former mine site.  It has 26 buildings and over 100 major exhibits and includes two special art galleries, the Lee LeBlanc Wildlife Gallery and the Giovanelli Italianate Gallery.  The museum also has a Cultural Center and Research Center. The museum is located at 100 Brady Avenue; Caspian, MI 49915 Cross Streets: Between Museum Drive and Brady Avenue Off M-189 and 2 Miles off U.S. 2 at Iron River Click here for more information.

Welcome

to the Iron County Historical Museum

Hours of operation: Summer: Mon-Sat: 10am-4pm Groups and Special Tours are Welcome!! September: Mon-Sat: Noon-4pm Tours available by advanced arrangement. October-April: By Appt. Only Admission Fees: Adults - $10.00 Youth (5-18) - $5.00 Children under age 5 - Free Family (parents and minor children) $25.00 Group* (over 10 people with leader) $5.00 each *To make arrangements:  Please contact Museum in advance. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
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Iron County Historical Museum
Iron    County    Historical    Museum is   Upper   Michigan's   largest   local museum   and   is   located   on   nearly 10    acres    of    land,    a    former    mine site.      It   has   26   buildings   and   over 100   major   exhibits      and      includes     2  art   galleries.
Preserving and sharing our Iron County heritage with present and future generations.

Welcome

to the Iron County 

Historical Museum

Hours of operation: Summer: Mon-Sat:10am-4pm September: Mon-Sat: Noon-4pm October-April: By Appt. Only Groups and Special Tours are Welcome!! Tours available by advanced arrangement. Admission Fees: Adults- $10.00 Youth (5-18) - $5.00 Children under age 5 - Free Family (parents and minor children) $25.00 Group* (over 10 people with leader) $5.00 each *To make arrangements:  Please contact Museum in advance. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Upcoming Events

at the Iron County Historical Museum

More Information

about the Iron County Historical Museum

The Iron County Historical and Museum Society was organized in 1962 and the Museum was opened in 1968.  It is Upper Michigan's largest local museum and is located on nearly 10 acres of land, a former mine site.  It has 26 buildings and over 100 major exhibits and includes 2 special art galleries - the Lee LeBlanc Wildlife Gallery and the Giovanelli Italianate Gallery. The museum also has a Cultural Center and Research Center. The museum is located at 100 Brady Avenue; Caspian, MI 49915 Cross Streets: Between Museum Drive and Brady Avenue Off M-189 and 2 Miles off U.S. 2 at Iron River Click here for more information.
Michigan Museum, Upper Michigan Museums, Upper Peninsula, Museums, Art Gallery, Michigan, Caspian, Attractions, Mining, Lumberjack, Iron River, Iron County Museum, Historical Marker, MI