Keweenaw Mineral Days is hosted by the A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum in collaboration with Keweenaw Gem and Gift, Inc. It features legal access for surface prepared mineral collecting on rock piles from the now dormant native copper mines of the Keweenaw Peninsula.
Admission to the museum is covered for the entire week by your registration fee. There will be four collecting events and you must register for each of them separately.
As part of Keweenaw Mineral Days the museum will hold a surplus inventory sale. To view the schedule of events for Keweenaw Mineral Days and to register for the event follow the link to: Keweenaw Mineral Days
The A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum has the largest public display of minerals from the Great Lakes Region and is the official Mineral Museum of Michigan. The world's best collection of Michigan minerals and minerals from around the world are part of its collection and exhibits. The University of Michigan mineral collection is held by the museum under the Michigan Mineral Alliance. The world-record holding 17-ton native copper slab is on exhibit in the Copper Pavilion.