Experience Quincy Mine!

Quincy Mine is nestled in the quaint town of Hancock, MI. Part of the Keweenaw National Historical Park, Quincy Mine offers guests the opportunity to step back in time to the copper boom that swept through the area in the early 1900s. 

Enjoy the views overlooking Houghton and Hancock as you journey down the hillside on the Cog Tram to the entrance of level 7

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Quincy Mine
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Jess PurcellJess Purcell
19:26 08 Jun 22
Absolutely loved our tour!! Our guide gave us a thorough account of the workings and daily lives of workers at the mines. He (I forgot his name, he’s a white guy with brown hair and glasses) was so knowledgeable and obviously passionate about the site and its history. He also did a great job of honoring those who suffered the consequences of a job such as mining, where fatalities and long-term injuries were seen daily. AND we found out that you can use your wristband from this tour to then go take the smelter tour, too!
Kris MerithewKris Merithew
21:00 30 May 22
Great guides. Informative museum as well as actual underground mineshaft hike to diggings. Includes walking tour of smelter compound waterside. Wear good solid shoes. Mineshaft can be muddy, smelter remains as it was the day it ceased operations, very industrial.
Ashley KorrerAshley Korrer
00:20 12 May 22
Great tour, we visited in early May 2022. We really enjoyed our experience and our tour guide was awesome. The tour was very thorough and our guide answered every question with enthusiasm. Highly recommend.
Josie KreissJosie Kreiss
23:56 10 Oct 21
Our tour guide was great. Michigan Tech students have a discount. You can walk the grounds for free. But I highly recommend the tour of the mine. You don't have to pay in advance. But you will want to set reservations for the tour.
Regina WoodsRegina Woods
10:54 07 Oct 21
Our family loved the detailed 2-hour tour. Dress warmly as it gets very cold in the mine. Wear good shoes. You will definitely learn a lot about mining and the men who work them.