Please respect social distancing protocols and wear a face mask when you visit.
Our staff is performing frequent cleaning of restrooms and commonly-touched surfaces to protect your health.
Interactive parts of exhibits have been disabled or removed and some areas remain closed to minimize the risk of transmitting COVID-19.
IT IS A GOOD-NATURED COMPETITION AMONG MINING PROFESSIONALS TO BRAG, CAJOLE, AND OTHERWISE CONVINCE YOU THAT THEY HAVE THE MOST IMPORTANT MINING JOB THERE IS! SECTOR LEADERS EACH PUBLISH ONE ARTICLE IN SME'S MINING ENGINEERING JOURNAL TO CAMPAIGN FOR YOUR VOTE. WHEN YOU VOTE, YOU MAKE A DONATION TO THE NATIONAL MINING HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM AND HELP TO SUPPORT OUR PUBLIC EDUCATION GOALS AND EXHIBITIONS.
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The National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum is a monument to the memory of the men and women who pioneered the discovery, development, and processing of our nation's natural resources. Our mission is to "tell the story of mining, its people, its importance to the American public, and to society's sustainability." Known as the "Smithsonian of the Rockies" and the "Premier Showcase of American Mining" the National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum houses 25,000 square feet of interactive and informative exhibits sharing the evolving narrative of mining and its relationship to our everyday lives.
General Admission: $12
Student Admission: $10
Children Under 6: Free
(Visitors must show proof to receive discounted or free admission.)
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