Iron County Museum

100 Brady Ave.
Caspian, MI 49915- Map It
(906) 265-2617

AAA Editor Notes

Iron County Museum is 1.5 mi. s. of US 2 on SR 189, then e. on CR 424 to Museum Rd. at jct. Brady Ave. (also referred to as Museum St.) Outdoor complexes depict life in the late 1800s. Exhibits examine the lumber industry, farming, mining, transportation, domestic life and homesteading. Among the 23 structures are an 1890 train depot, the Caspian Mine Headframe Mining Memorial, a logging camp and the home of Carrie Jacobs-Bond, composer of such tunes as “I Love You Truly” and “End of a Perfect Day.” The Renaissance-style home of Brandon Giovanelli and the Lee Leblanc Memorial Art Gallery with one of the largest collections of wildlife art by a single artist in the country also can be seen.
$10; $9 (ages 65+); $5 (ages 5-18); $25 (family, parents and minor children).
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-4, June-Aug.; Mon.-Sat. noon-4, in Sept.; by appointment rest of year.