The Carnegie Museum of the Keweenaw is increasing its operating hours.
After two years with reduced access because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Museum in downtown Houghton will be open Tuesdays through Fridays from noon until 5:00, and Saturdays from noon until 4:00.
The museum’s current exhibits include:
• “From Village to City: the City of Houghton’s Golden Anniversary”
• “Wish You Were Here: Postcards from the Copper Country”
• “Written in Stone: the Natural History of Jacobsville Sandstone”
• “Beer UP: a History of Brewing in the Keweenaw”
• “Ray Lahikainen: Houghton Waterfront Paintings”
The museum is also rolling out a new series of exhibits posted to lampposts in downtown Houghton. You can see historic photos of some of the city’s iconic buildings, and use the QR code to learn more about them.