Ontonagon, Michigan – Lodging, Travel and Recreation

Old Victoria Historical Site

Old Victoria RestorationOld Old Victoria Historical Site is a restoration of an early mining village, which includes a wealth of historical items, located in cabins depicting the early mining days.

A scenic trail along nearby bluffs offers a view of the area’s only hydroelectric dam. Nearby are the sites where the “Copper Boulder,” now housed in the Smithsonian Institution, was found.

Old Victoria host a Log Cabin Day Celebration on the 4th Sunday of June.

Old Victoria also holds a one-day craft fair on the third Sunday in August.

Old Victoria open dates for 2016 are June 11 – October 2.

Old Victoria Historical Site
25401 Victoria Dam Rd
Rockland, Michigan 49960


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Tuesday July 17th, 2018 - 9:30 pm

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Absolutely adorable, my imagination running wild!

I love this setting needs a pot belly stove wood burning and the small counter or Butcher's Block and it's Perfection at its best

Oh I think that's the wood burner it's gray right there by the door just need the butcher block

Perfect just the way it is.the people who made this possible deserve a lot of credit, this is great.

Looks awesome!

Where is this cute place

Rockland, Michigan <u.p.> you should check it out.. there is a craft fair in August 19th

Very nice was glad to visit

Just so beautiful and can feel the Warmth that is intergrated in those old Family Kitchen < the togetherness still living in those old beutiful kitchen were family toke the time to eat at the table in UNITY !!!

Love it👍👏

I was just there. 🙂

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Tuesday June 26th, 2018 - 1:24 pm

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Today’s #WordoftheWeek is context.

#Context (noun): the circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and in terms of which it can be fully understood.

For archeological #artifacts to be fully understood, we must understand the context in which they were found. Removing an artifact from archeological context damages its educational value. This is why excavation on federal land is regulated by law, and why archeologists keep detailed records of all field work. Photos, maps, field notes, and other associated forms are just a few of the documents that accompany artifacts back to MWAC’s lab – anything that can help reconstruct that context for future researchers.

What should you do if you find an artifact in a National Park? Leave it in context and tell a Ranger. They will need to know what you saw (a picture might help) and where you saw it. By doing this, you can help us keep the past accessible for future generations.

#discoverarcheology #findyourpark #stewardship #leavenotrace #recordkeeping #archeology #archaeology #fieldwork
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Saturday June 23rd, 2018 - 9:26 am

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Cinnamon rolls fresh out of the wood stove at Old Victoria tomorrow (Sunday, June 24). Come and get yours! ... See MoreSee Less

Cinnamon rolls fresh out of the wood stove at Old Victoria tomorrow (Sunday, June 24). Come and get yours!


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Mark Pasich

Wish i were there. Never should have left the keweenaw. No money to come up this year so far

Yum! They look so good!

Why? Why😢do I have to be 12 hours away? 😢

Gonna be there in 8 days

Oooh they look good .

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Sunday June 17th, 2018 - 10:06 am

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Cinnamon rolls at Old Victoria next Sunday! ... See MoreSee Less

Cinnamon rolls at Old Victoria next Sunday!


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Let's go

I love this town. They have cabin homes built over 200 years ago that have been restored. Most are approx 20x 20 and two stories The way they are laid out, they are so livable. Accommodate a good sized family too! I truly fell in love with them.

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