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I have driven past the exit on I-25 for this museum for many years but was always in a hurry to be some place else and did not have the time to stop. So last week I finally decided to make this one of my destinations for a trip to Colorado Springs. I got here in time for the 10AM... 更多
Went here on a Saturday. Was told up front they were understaffed & was given $1 off admission (which isn't really worth it, in my opinion). Self-led tour of local mining history with photos, maps & artifacts. Demonstration of engines in main room was given by unprofessional-looking woman who knew her stuff but seemed rushed to deliver the info. Entrance... 更多
Museum was interesting and provided some fun activities such as panning. The outside area needs attention since it's kinda confusing where to go. The staff was very helpful and answered all my questions.
Went into this museum with little expectations and took the free tour (with price of admission) that they offer at 10am & 1pm and really enjoyed it. The tour starts off with a movie explaining how minerals are produced and all of the uses of those minerals. From there you actually pan for gold and that was fun and you... 更多
A must see! This mining museum has a great interactive tour that is extremely education for all ages. They do a great job explaining what we mine for and how you extract the precious metals from what you mine. They also have some really old steam engine and electrical equipment they demonstrate during the tour. In addition, you can also... 更多
They have lots of incredibly preserved antique engines and some various other related tools. They have a room where you can pan for gold. This area the kids spent the most time and enjoyed the most. The rest of the museum was a quick walk through. We were towards the end of the day and nothing was running. Maybe that... 更多
We went here thinking...yawner. By the time we were done we were ready to do it all over again! Wonderful docents, very knowledgeable, worth the time, effort and money to go!
The Mining Museum costs $9 for adults, $8 for military/ AAA , $7 for student/ senior, and $5 for kids. Members and kids under the age of 3 are free. Membership costs $30 for an individual membership and $50 for a family membership. My family visits the Mining Museum a lot and we liked it so much that we bought... 更多
Small museum but plenty of displays. Even more displays on the outside of the museum. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. They demonstrated the large steam engines and explained where they came from and what they were used for. It was very interesting to learn about different types of ore and minerals that are mined and how mining has... 更多
Found this a bit boring and too long for our interests. You would have to be really interested in walking through an old building looking at old equipment.