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Tahquamenon Logging Museum

"Lumbering plays a role as vital in Luce County's economy today as it did when the county seat, Newberry, was founded in 1882."

The Tahquamenon Logging Museum invites you to explore the original buildings and memorabilia from lumberjack days of the past.  Come and see the original C.C.C buildings full of historic photos, models and original logging equipment.  Guests will love the Pratt One Room Schoolhouse.  Come and eat a real old-fashioned "Lumberjack Breakfast" in the authentic cook shack made over a wood stove with home-made care and goodness.  10% discount on museum tours for Veterans!

Situated on 29 pristine acres, our Upper Peninsula Museum offers a beautiful stroll along the boardwalk, nature trail and viewing Tahquamenon River & Forest.  This legendary river is nestled along our unique trail where you can view blue herons, ducks, birds, beaver, and other incredible wildlife.  The C.C.C. Statue - Chapter #161 (shown in photo) commemorates the dedication and spirit of the young men who served in the Civilian Conservation Corps from April 1933 to July 1942.  This statue helps in preserving the legacy of the corps for the betterment of generations to come. — Dedicated Jun 2002

"I absolutely LOVE this place!!! The volunteers who run the museum and the board members are fantastic! My great-grandparents' cabin is on the property and I love to visit when I come home. Do NOT miss out on the lumberjacks' breakfasts as they are the best!"—C. Pagels, Facebook Reviews

Hours of Operation & Lumberjack Breakfast Info

Hours of Operation
Open 7 Days a Week—Monday through Sunday 10:00AM - 5:00PM
Our Gift Shop has a large array of great Upper Peninsula and logging themed gifts made by great area artisans.  
♦  Click here to visit our Gift Shop page
Join Us for our Lumberjack Breakfasts
All you can eat pancakes, eggs, bacon, handmade sausage patties, and American fries!  If you have never experienced a breakfast in the cookshack, stop by.  Good Food and a great atmosphere.  Hope to see you soon!
♦  Click here to check our Calendar of Events for Dates

"Where lumberjack breakfasts, events, historic buildings, & our land along the Tahquamenon River bring our incredible logging history to life."

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Northern Michigan In Focus

Tahquamenon Country Tourism

Logging & Maritime History

The Tahquamenon Logging Museum would like to thank the Michigan Arts & Culture Council and McMillan Township for their support over the years. Their support has enabled TLM to bring in talented entertainers to TLM for our summer festivals each year. Also, MACC has given TLM a grant this year to help pay for re-siding the McGruer House with cedar lap siding. Their support has been of great benefit to our community. Bringing folks to the museum helps us teach our public about the rich history and culture of our community. Thank You MACC!