Michigan



Michigan is not a cave state, there is only a little limestone and only one single show cave. But Michigan has a long history of iron and copper mining, which continues until today. Beneath those two main resources, gold, silver, gypsum, slate, salt, coal and limestone have also been mined. So there is a wealth of mining museums, show mines and also the possibility to visit a working mine.


 Adventure Copper Mine |  Bear Cave |  Caledonia Copper Mine |  Cliffs Shaft Mine Museum |  Delaware Copper Mine |  Iron Mountain Iron Mine |  Mackinac Island State Park |  Millie Mine Bat Cave |  Quincy Mine Hoist |  Republic Iron Mine |  Stevens Twin Sinks Preserve |  Tilden Mine |  Wattson and Wattson Jewelry Store


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