Located on Fifth Street of Beautiful Downtown Calumet:
Calumet Art Center
57055 Fifth St. (906) 934-2228
“Where art, culture and history inspire and challenge the people of the Keweenaw.” Art class offerings include private as well as Art Immersion Youth Summer classes. There’s always something going on here!
Heading north on US41, turn right at the corner of US41 and M-203. Go 1 block then left around the corner on Rockland Street. Blown glass, old bottle museum and wood carvings of birds.
Artis Books & Antiques
429 Fifth St. (906) 337-1534, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vast selections of used and rare books, antiques and objects d’art.
Pocket Sculpture Park (in progress)
Mid 300 block of Fifth Street.
Relax outdoors amid sculptures.
Calumet Art District
Located on 5th and 6th St. in Calumet’s historic downtown, the Calumet Arts District is home to a wonderful mix of art galleries. On the first Friday of each month, Calumet Arts District Galleries offer an open house to showcase new installations.
Copper Country Associated Artists Gallery and Working Studio
205 Fifth St. (906) 337-1252. Summer hours Tuesday through Saturday 11am – 4pm.
A co-op gallery where you can meet the artists and watch them work. Sponsors of the Eagle Harbor Art Fair held the second weekend in August.
Cross Country Sports
507 Oak St. (906) 337-4520. Monday through Saturday 10am – 6pm.
The ultimate bike and ski shop with a local artist featured occasionally as well.
Hahn Hammered Copper
Pete and Shelley Hahn. 203 Fifth St. (906) 337-0636. Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday from 11am – 5pm; Thursday 11 am – 3pm.
Art copper made in Calumet, local artwork and salvaged items.
102 Fifth St. (906) 337-5500. Open Monday – Friday 7am – 7pm, Saturday 8 am – 7 pm.
Organic expresso, tea, and French pressed coffee. Organic bakery, soup and quiche. Local art.
Paige Wiard Gallery
109 Fifth St. (906) 337-5970. Open Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 4pm; Sunday noon – 4pm
Located in the heart of historic Calumet, the Gallery shows the works of over 75 artists from Upper Michigan and the Great Lakes Basin.