Luce County Historical Museum
The Luce County Historical Museum, listed as a State and National Historic Site, is located in the old combination Jail and Sheriffs Residence.
The building, constructed in 1894, is a graceful Queen Anne style structure complete with turrets, arches, and unique brickwork that served as the Luce County Jail and Sheriff's residence for over seventy years.
Oswald's Bear Ranch
See 30 bears! Have your picture taken with cubs! Oswald's is the Largest (bear only) Bear Ranch in the entire United States! We are found only in the Wild Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Walkabout 4 natural habitats. 20 minutes south of Tahquamenon Falls, or 8 miles north of Newberry. Open Memorial Week - September 30, 10 am - 6 pm.
Tahquamenon Falls Riverboat Tours & The Famous Toonerville Trolley
Tour #1 - 6 1/2 hour train and riverboat tour to Tahquamenon Falls. 21 mile narrated riverboat cruise to the rapids ½ mile north of the falls a must see A must for bird watchers and nature enthusiasts. Open mid-June through early October.
Tour #2 - 1 3/4 hour wilderness train ride. Open July 1 through August 22, and Labor Day weekend. Ride the longest 24 inch gauge railroad in the United States!
Family owned and operated for over 82 years.
The Tahquamenon Logging Museum
The Tahquamenon Logging Museum and River Walk hold an engaging logging history at one of the prominent historical sites in Michigan, both hosting a wide variety of things to do. With the original buildings and artifacts of past lumberjack times, you will be taken back to an important time in American and Upper Peninsula history. Offering exhibits that showcase lumberjack lifestyle, you will feel connected to the rich heritage found here in the history of logging.