As part of its ongoing resolve to educate current and future generations about American history, the U.P. Steam and Gas Engine Association, with the support of the U.P. State Fair Authority, has developed Antique Village.
Evoking the feel of a by-gone era, Antique Village offers visitors an interactive learning experience.
Local artisans demonstrate traditional handicrafts such as knitting, pottery, quilting, rag rug making, sewing, spinning, and weaving. A wide variety of unique handcrafted items are available to purchase.
The Village also features a blacksmith shop, barber shop, general store, and granary.
Refreshments are available at the Cook Shack and Scoop and Float Ice Cream Shop.
Exhibits include a working saw mill, railroad station, chapel, schoolhouse, and an 80-ton Fairbanks diesel engine.
In all there are almost two full acres of shops and displays.
Click here to download our Visitors Guide
Antique Village is located on the U.P. State Fairgrounds, U.S. Highway 2 & 41, Escanaba, Michigan.
Hours of Operation
Antique Village is open during the following annual events:
Summer in the Village – From Memorial Day through Labor Day, select shops are open 12-4 PM on Thursdays
The U.P. State Fair – Third Week in August
The U.P. Steam and Gas Engine Association’s Annual Show – Labor Day Weekend
Christmas in the Village – First Friday and Saturday in December
For exact dates and times as well as any additional events, click here to access our Events Schedule
Interested in having the Village open during an event? Click here for more information
There is no charge to enter Antique Village. However many events charge a gate fee to enter the fairgrounds.