Tours of the Laurium Manor are allowed every day between 11am and 5pm during the months from Memorial Weekend in May through the third weekend in October.
During early May, late October and December through April call ahead to schedule an appointment.
November and April : Laurium Manor is not open for tours
You should allow 30 to 60 minutes to complete your tour of the mansion and grounds. A pamphlet telling the history of its owners and descriptions of all the rooms and interesting features is given to everyone touring the mansion.
Victorian Hall is not included in the tour and is not available to tour.
Some of the unique features of the Laurium Manor Inn include:
* It is IMMENSE -13,000 sq.ft. on four floors
* Each of the 4 floors is larger than most homes
* Silver leaf covered domed ceiling in the music parlor
* Gilded and embossed elephant leather wall coverings in the dining room
* Stained glass and gilded tile fireplaces in the dining room and den
* Grand triple stair case of hand carved oak
* 9'x14' stained glass window on stairway landing
* Wall size built-in icebox made of marble, tile, and oak in the kitchen
* Panoramic hand painted landscape mural and gilded tile fireplace in the den
* 1300 square foot ballroom on the third floor
* Two room size cedar closets
* 10 Guest bedrooms (some over 500 sq.ft.)
* 100 foot long tile wraparound porch covering over 1200 sq.ft.
* 15 foot diameter turntable in the two story carriage house
$4 Students and Children.
Overnight registered guests of Laurium Manor Inn, Victorian Hall, Miner's Cottage and Keweenaw House can tour both mansions at any time and at no charge.
STAY THE NIGHT.
If you choose to stay overnight after the tour, the price of your admission will be deducted from the price of the room you choose. Rates start as low as $99/night and the full buffet breakfast is included