Iron County Historical Museum
The museum comprises 26 buildings: a 1921 mining head frame on the National Register, the 1890 Stager railroad depot, the 1890 home of composer Carrie Jacobs-Bond ("I Love You Truly"), the muraled home of artist Brandon Giovanelli, circa 1890 log barns, pioneer log cabins, and much more. Central to the main building is the old Engine House of the Caspian Mine. The main building contains over 100 exhibits including those in the Mining Memorial Room, Heritage Hall. A gorgeous miniature logging camp of over 2000 hand-carved pieces is highlighted. The Cultural Center seating 350, the LeBlanc Wildlife Gallery, and a research center are also part of the main building. The museum hosts special events throughout the summer and into the fall.
Memorial Day to Labor Day, open Monday-Saturday, 10:00 am-4:00 pm CST; September, Monday-Saturday, noon-4:00 pm. Others by appointment.