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I've reviewed this tourist attraction last year. We have yet to see it as the hours in prime tourism season are awful. This time we tried on a Saturday. The hours are awful, they now close at 3:30 even earlier then last year and they...More
We had our daughter, son in law and 2 small grandsons visiting we thought this would be a great place to visit. Unfortunately by the time the little ones had their afternoon nap they were closed we arrived at 4 pm apparently in prime Tourist...More
This friendly small town on the shores of Lake Huron had to be investigated. It is about 65Km east of Sault Ste Marie. I read that it was founded in 1846 as Canada's first copper mine. A town like this must be steeped in history....More
It is a small tour but inexpensive. We paid $8 for family of four for a guided tour of the mine. The guiding girl was very friendly to the kids. the mine is not very big, but gives you idea how copper was mined in...More
This is a historic copper mine. It's right by the highway so a good place to take a break from driving. Our guides, both students, really knew their stuff and gave an informative tour. You can also view rock samples and artifacts at the museum....More
Even if you are afraid of going down a mine shaft which I am it is great to stop and take in the history of Copper Mining and the remnant mine shafts that are located all around this small town on the picturesque Bay of...More