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 August 20th, 2019 - 9:42 am

Old Victoria Restoration

TV6's "Discovering" visited Old Victoria for Log Cabin Day and a Victoria Mine Ruins & Remnants hike in June... here is the result! (starting at about 17:00) Thanks for coming.
#Discovering #UpperPeninsula #Yoopers #PureMichigan #MiningHeritage #GhostTown #OntonagonCounty #KeweenawHeritageSites TV6 & FOX UP Kivajat Dreaming of FinlandContinuation of Beekeeping...splitting hive, sugar roll for mites, taking the beekeepers share of the honey. Old Victoria village in the Keweenaw.
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All the Summers that I spent there. Brings tears to your eyes to seeing how well kept this truly beautiful place is...

Sunday August 4th, 2019 - 1:27 pm

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Wish to be there! next time for sure!!🥰

Fun time

Is there a way I could be a part of this as a vendor?

Johnene Anderson

Prisilla Syrjala Gerovac

Pedge Lee this might be fun too.

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Saturday August 3rd, 2019 - 11:24 am

Old Victoria Restoration

"Why Do I Need a Piano"
-Mrs. Albert J Bawden, Victoria Mine, MI. 1910

This poem seems to have won Mrs. Bawden a Cable Piano!

Emily Nichols Bawden 1859-1933
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Why Do I Need a Piano 
-Mrs. Albert J Bawden, Victoria Mine, MI. 1910

This poem seems to have won Mrs. Bawden a Cable Piano!

Emily Nichols Bawden 1859-1933

 

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The only time that I am truly being ALL ME is when I'm sitting at my piano. I always liken it to a baby in a crib, playing with the mobile hanging over his head. "LA LA LA" 😍

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