Michigan Iron Industry Museum
- The Michigan Iron Industry Museum highlights the state's iron mining industry, which has flourished for more than 125 years. The museum tells the story of the industry and the people who worked in it.
- The museum exhibits interpret everyday life in mining communities. Visitors can view artifacts depicting not only work, but play in the Upper Peninsula.
- Visitors can view large scale artifacts like the 1929 Ford Model A Sports Coupe and the rare 1941 Ford Model JP. The prototype jeep is one of only 1,500 Ford ever made.
- The museum's Technology Timeline shows how iron mining evolved over the last 125 years, and contains several early examples of tools miners used
- Caption: The museum has several examples of different technology developed by iron mining companies to better extract ore from the earth.
- A recently expanded trail system connects the museum to the Iron Ore Heritage Trail. The trail offers interpretative signs and scenic overlooks of the historic Carp River Forge.