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Tahquamenon Logging Museum

EUP Attraction | Upper Peninsula Museum - North of Newberry, MI

Situated on 29 acres on the shores of the Tahquamenon River, the museum features artifacts from Michigan's early days of lumbering. Facilities include an authentic cook shack, original C.C.C. building, music pavilion, picnic area, nature trail, boardwalk and Newberry, MI Gift Shop. Take a tour of the museum, see a slide presentation of early logging in Michigan, view the many artifacts, visit an original family dwelling, take a walk down the nature trail and stroll the boardwalk which takes you to a spectacular view of the Tahquamenon River. 

Join us for one of our delicious Lumberjack Breakfasts cooked on the old wood stove and served in the Cook Shack. Breakfast includes bacon, eggs, homemade sausage, pancakes, and fried potatoes.

We are located just north of Newberry, MI and in the heart of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.  We are situated along the Tahquamenon River and offer plenty of parking. 

Please utilize our two Google Maps below to view our close-proximity location, along with our 2nd Upper Peninsula Satellite view below — showing our positioning in the heart of the UP. 

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!