The A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum’s holdings include:
There are about 4,000 specimens on exhibit. These change as new specimens are acquired, loaned to the museum from private collectors, and cycled from our extensive holdings.
The museum exhibits consist of the Thomas D. Shaffner Exhibit Hall, the Phyllis and John Seaman Garden, and the Copper Pavilion. To learn more about our exhibits go to Museum.
Many people spend at least two hours for a visit even though it takes much more time to truly see everything offered in the exhibits.
(Good for two days in a row)
$3 Student (with college ID)
$2 Junior (ages 9-17)
Free for children up to age 8
Contact us for group rates.
Admission Fee is waived for Michigan Tech students and employees.
1404 E. Sharon Avenue, south Michigan Tech campus
From US-41 at the stoplight take MacInnes Drive uphill 1.1 miles to the museum—follow signage.
From M-26 at the stoplight turn on Sharon Avenue to east (Pizza Hut side), continue straight on Sharon Avenue through two 4-way stops; museum is 1.7 miles from M-26 junction or 0.6 miles from second 4-way stop.