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#1 of 11 Traveler Resources in Upper Peninsula
Be sure to stop at a visitor center and pick up guides to area waterfalls, the National Park Service sites, lodging, dining, and shopping.
Once the center of copper mining, the area is quickly taking advantage of Lake Superior and its history to become a tourist mecca.
#2 of 11 Traveler Resources in Upper Peninsula
Housed in a restored historic Mason Temple building, the visitor center included information of the history and culture of the area, and lots of interesting exhibits.
The Visitor Center has a very extensive displays of early 20th century immigrant life and mining related displays on 2nd floor.
#3 of 11 Traveler Resources in Upper Peninsula
#4 of 11 Traveler Resources in Upper Peninsula
Dickinson County Library Iron Mountain
#5 of 11 Traveler Resources in Upper Peninsula
The Reference Desk has a huge amount of resources and the library staff is certainly up to the task for tracking down information for you.
#6 of 11 Traveler Resources in Upper Peninsula
Munising is full of hiking trails, but to truly know which ones take all day, and which are easier to see, it is best to stop at the visitors center where the knowledgeable staff will give you great maps with deta...
Stopped in at the visitor center to pick up materials on tourist locations and various activities.
#8 of 11 Traveler Resources in Upper Peninsula
Wherever you go in the state, make sure you stop at one of the welcome centers to be truly welcomed into this great state.
It's worth stopping at the Welcome Center just for the log cabin look and the clean bathrooms, but we always find something else interesting as well.
#9 of 11 Traveler Resources in Upper Peninsula
In the center of downtown Menominee, in the historical part.
#10 of 11 Traveler Resources in Upper Peninsula
... to Ironwood and to industrialist-philanthropist Andrew Carnegie for their providing this marvelous resource for learning and reading for all people of all ages to use and enjoy .... Our hearty commendations to...