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Copper Country Firefighters History Museum

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627 Sixth Street, Calumet, MI
+1 906-523-5228
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Several old fire engines. Some still working

We enjoyed the tour of the old firehouse with all of the fire engines from the late 1800's and... read more

Reviewed August 9, 2017
Palatine, Illinois
Friendly and knowledgeable greeters

This attraction is located one block off the main street of Calumet. It has a display of old... read more

Reviewed October 2, 2016
Sue M
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Aug 9, 2017
“Several old fire engines. Some still working”
Oct 2, 2016
“Friendly and knowledgeable greeters”
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
627 Sixth Street, Calumet, MI
+1 906-523-5228
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Reviewed August 9, 2017

We enjoyed the tour of the old firehouse with all of the fire engines from the late 1800's and early 1900's. The tour guide was a volunteer. He was very nice and knowledgeable.

Thank nah902
Reviewed October 2, 2016

This attraction is located one block off the main street of Calumet. It has a display of old firetrucks, and materials related to the fire history of Calumet in the second level.

Thank Sue M
Reviewed July 16, 2016

I was threw the area on a week day and they were looking at closing up when we got there. The gentleman running the museum kept it open an extra half hour for the kids to take a quick look around the old fire hall...More

Thank ducky215
Reviewed April 1, 2016

A nice tour, a guide is available for the first floor, second floor is self guided. A new Italian Hall Exhibit Room is in process on the second floor and will be available in June, 2016. A photo story of the Italian Hall Tragedy of...More

Thank John S
Reviewed July 8, 2015

If you are a fireman or not, it's a fun place to visit. Lots of history. It's also a great place for children to visit as they are welcome to climb aboard the trucks for a picture.

Thank Yooper9
Reviewed July 7, 2015

This is not a large museum, but it is worth seeing. The antique fire trucks and equipment are very cool. There is usually someone on hand that was a fireman there to tell you the real history of the fire house.

Thank Larry W
Reviewed July 5, 2015

This red sandstone two story building is beautiful, esthetically and architecturally. Very cool experience visiting this fire museum. All sorts of antique fire equipment, apparatuses, vehicles. So glad they have preserved this important piece of Calumet history. Love the 3 fire station doors. Parking on...More

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Reviewed May 10, 2015

Definitely take your time checking out the historic engines and firefighting apparatus, but for me the real treat was the historic fire hall itself, where horses and men once mixed with affection and back-breaking labor. Upstairs you'll find the area where the men lived, history...More

Thank iknowtheUP
Reviewed May 11, 2014

The Village of Calumet 1898 Historic Fire Hall is built of Jacobsville Sandstone and heavy timber. It is a two story building. The firefighting artifacts in the building include several motor vehicles as well as man drawn and horse drawn wagons. The motor vehicles include...More

Thank John S
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