Marquette County History Museum in Marquette County
201-217 North Front Street, Marquette, MI 49855, USA View on Map
Upper Peninsula Childrens Museum in Marquette County
139-199 West Baraga Avenue, Marquette, MI 49855, USA View on Map
Marquette Maritime Museum in Marquette County
301,499-300,499 Coast Guard Road, Marquette, MI 49855, USA View on Map
Negaunee Historical Society Museum in Marquette County
301-399 East Lincoln Street, Negaunee, MI 49866, USA View on Map
Michigan Iron Industry Museum in Marquette County
73 Forge Road, Negaunee, MI 49866, USACLICK to View on Map and LEARN MOREOverlooking a picturesque river valley near Negaunee, this fine little state museum, open free of charge, shows in dramatic displays how U. P. iron was central to America's industrialization.rnrnThe museum is in the rugged, wooded hills at the place on the Carp River where an iron forge was built in 1848. That was just four years after Burt discovered iron not far from Teal Lake. The whole area was a wilderness at the time, well beyond the boundaries of settlement.
Cliffs Shaft Mine Museum in Marquette County
501 West Euclid Street, Ishpeming, MI 49849, USA View on Map
Michigamme Historical Museum in Marquette County
Alley 2, Michigamme, MI 49861, USA View on Map
Forsyth Township Historical Museum in Marquette County
Co Highway Exc, Gwinn, MI 49841, USACLICK to View on Map and LEARN MOREThe Forsyth Township Historical Society was founded in 1992. Its museum showcases the history of the township’s small mining and railroad villages from 1860s as well as the history of K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base. There’s a special emphasis on the unique “model town” of Gwinn, built in 1908 by Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company. Designed by noted Boston landscape architect, Warren H. Manning.