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Monday, 13 November 2017

NOV 13, 17 .. HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN .. THE A. E. SEAMAN MINERAL MUSEUM

The A. E. SEAMAN MINERAL MUSEUM is located in the city of Houghton, located on the Keweenaw Peninsula in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

It is on the campus of Michigan Technological University and it is, in a word, phenomenal.

Patti and I found the museum on Trip Advisor and what an attraction it is.

If you want to read a bit more about the museum, please click onto the two below links. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A._E._Seaman_Mineral_Museum

http://www.keweenawheritagesites.org/site-ae_seaman.php

On a beautiful September afternoon, we spent several hours in the museum.

 

Below is a view of the side of the museum and the beautiful grounds that surround it.



When you step into the arctic entryway of the museum (see the first two photos above), you are greeted with an amazing and beautiful single piece of copper.



We are now inside of the A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum. 

Below is a map of the museum.


In the next photo below, you see the very nice, high quality, gift shop.

 
Walking past the gift shop we are now in the main part of the museum.







Below is an absolutely magnificent quartz geode.





In the above photo, you don't get an accurate idea of the size of the quartz geode.

To give you an idea of how large the geode is, I put my hand on it.



In the above photo, the rock specimens look quite normal when they are viewed under normal light.

However, they contain phosphorescent minerals that brightly appear when these rock specimens are viewed under a black-light.








In the below photo, on the extreme right edge, in the distance, you will notice a small building with a bluish colored roof.


This small building is called The Copper Pavilion and it houses an enormous piece of copper. 

Below are a few close up photos of the Copper Pavilion.




Just look at the below single piece or boulder of copper.



We hope you all enjoyed a short visit to the A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum on the campus of Michigan Tech in Houghton, Michigan.

Smiles..

Patti and Cap

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