The Quincy Mine
#2 Shafthouse will be lit
October 23rd, 2014
in memory of
(to be announced)
Haunted Mine Tours
The Ghosts of Quincy: Mayhem in the Mines
If you dare, join the crew at the Quincy Mine and hear
the real stories of the Curse of Quincy Hill. Learn what the
guides are forbidden to tell during the regular tours.
Be forewarned: there may be uninvited guests walking among you!
Tour capacity is limited so advance tickets are recommended
Tickets may be purchased in advance by phone (906-482-5569)
Tickets: Ages 13 and older $10.00; Ages 12 & under $5.00
All children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult
Footwear for muddy/snowy/bloody conditions recommended
Friday, October 24
6:00, 6:45, 7:30,
8:15 and 9:45 pm
Saturday, October 25
4:30, 5:15, 6:00, 6:45,
7:30, 8:15 and 9:45 pm
Special thanks to: MTU Blue Key Honor Society • Little Caesers Pizza
MTU Humans vs. Zombies Group • The Halloween SuperStore
The many friends and volunteers of the Quincy Mine Hoist Association
Bill and Nanno Rose like the idea of lighting up the shaft, which we see so well from Houghton and which adds something to our our view of the outdoors and our geoheritage. "Our children were born here and now we have five grandchildren to celebrate also. We have proud geological roots here. We think the shaft should be bright on our birthdays, and this would be a good way to support geoheritage and the QMHA. We hope other local families will consider doing this"
Opening Day for the 2014 Season is scheduled for May 2nd
(weather and snow removal pending)
Special off season and extended tours can be arranged-click on Guided Tours & Rates at right
In support of Saving the Quincy Smelter Site, The Quincy Mine Hoist Association will donate half of all shafthouse lighting dedication donations from Thanksgiving 2013 to Thanksgiving 2014* to the Keweenaw NHP Advisory Commission for the Land Purchase of the Quincy Smelter Site.
*goal of $2000
(For dedication lighting, please choose the amount of donation [$50 minimum], and include date of dedication, who/what dedication is in memory or honor of, and from whom in the comments section)
Giftshop, Museum, Exhibits, Tram Rides and a Real Copper Mine Tour in Upper Michigan
"Come on UP and GO DOWN UNDER" Go inside a real copper mine. Tour the world's largest steam hoist. Shop online for great gift items. We're located in the heart of the Keweenaw Peninsula, just minutes away from the Keweenaw Historical National Park in Calumet, Michigan.
- Copper items and gifts.
- Post cards.
- Local Art.
- Numerous rock specimens.
- Videos about the Keweenaw and Upper Peninsula
- Books by local authors
- Copper jewelry.
- Sweat shirts.