EXPERIENCE OUR NATION'S FIRST MINERAL BOOM
The Quincy Mine is located in the Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Mining operations have been closed since 1945, but the site is preserved as a cooperating site of the Keweenaw National Historical Park.
The Quincy Mine properties are owned and operated by the Quincy Mine Hoist Association, Inc., a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation created to preserve and educate the public about this largely forgotten chapter of our American heritage.
Things to See & Do*:
- Guided tour of an historic copper mine
- Quincy #2 Shafthouse: constructed in 1908, a marvel of engineering efficiency
- Nordberg Steam Hoist: largest steam-powered hoist engine ever built
- Experience the panoramic view of the Portage Lake Lift Bridge, Houghton, and the Huron Mountains
- Miner's Memorial House
- Gift Shop: Buy tour tickets here & shop for mining-related books, videos & souvenirs
* Note: not all attractions are available from November through April: please call for winter Gift Shop hours as well as any other questions about tours and attractions.
Quincy Falcon Cam
This view is brought to you by the Copper Country Audubon Society, Pasty.com, and the Quincy Mine Hoist Association. Due to work being performed on the Portage Lake Lift Bridge, the peregrine falcons will need a new home, and we hope that this location will prove attractive to the raptors.
History comes to life at Quincy through our underground tours!