Bus Tours

Planning a group trip to the Keweenaw on a chartered bus? Here are some attractions, experiences, and dining options that can accommodate larger groups and motorcoach vehicles. 

Outdoor Destinations

The Keweenaw is an excellent outdoor destination, with recreational activities that range from hiking and rock-picking to stargazing and chasing the northern lights. Check out the following destinations that can accommodate large buses during your visit to the Keweenaw

Museums & Attractions

Learn about the Keweenaw's rich history by visiting the following bus-friendly museums and attractions. 

A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum

The A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum of Michigan Tech is the Official Mineral Museum of Michigan and features a massive display of rocks and minerals from the Great Lakes region and around the world. Explore exhibits that dive into the Keweenaw's copper mining history, or marvel at the florescent display of glowing minerals. The A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum features jaw-dropping specimens of incredible quality, in educational displays that will blow you away. 

Precious gemstones in a glass case at the A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum in Houghton

History of Hockey Museum

Known as the "Birthplace of Professional Hockey," the small town of Houghton takes pride in its vibrant hockey history. Visit the world's 6th oldest indoor ice rink that is still in use, The Dee Stadium, to visit the History of Hockey Museum in the Kenner Ruhonen Memorial History Room. This is a great activity for visiting hockey teams. 

Quincy Mine

Dive deep into Keweenaw history by taking an underground mine tour at Quincy Mine. As one of the region's most reliable copper mines, Quincy Mine, serves as an excellent example of the region's former copper industry. Visitors will have the opportunity to see the world's largest steam hoist, explore handcrafted models of the company grounds, and take a scenic tram ride down Quincy Hill on their way to the entrance of the mine. 

Visitors sit on benches and listen as tour guide provides information about steam hoist.

Keweenaw National Historical Park Visitor's Center

Stop by the Keweenaw National Historical Park Visitor's Center in Calumet, Michigan and explore 2-floors of interactive museum exhibits that tell the story of the Keweenaw's copper mining industry. Listen to stories that describe what life was like for immigrant mine workers and their families, and get a first-hand look at fascinating artifacts dating as far back as the 1840's. 

Performing Arts & Theater

Rozsa Center for Performing Arts

Visit the largest performing arts venue in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The Rozsa Center for Performing Arts is a Michigan Tech facility that attracts talent from around the globe. From musical performances to theater productions, the Rozsa Center offers world-class entertainment open for all to enjoy.

Calumet Theatre

Step back in time at the historic Calumet Theatre. Built at the turn of the century, this beautiful theatre features incredible architectural details, intricate paintings, and built-in acoustics. It is now a Michigan Historic Site that continues to offer a quality entertainment experience. Catch fantastic live music touring through the Midwest, experience local theatre, or enjoy dinner and a movie at this historic venue.

Calumet Theatre Paintings

Group Dining Options

Mariner North Resort

  • 245 Gratiot St.
  • 906-289-4637

Luxury log cabins & motel. Cabins are two-story and fully stocked with china, silverware, pots…

Roy's Pasties & Bakery

  • 305 W. Lakeshore Drive
  • 906-487-6166

Everything from pasties, delicatessen favorites, hearty soups, artisan breads, cakes, frostings, and…

Peterson's Fish Market

  • 49813 Highway US-41
  • 906-482-2343

We are a small, family-owned & operated business in the best place on earth-- the Upper Peninsula of…