*The Passport program provides an affordable way for tourists to visit Leadville's historic sites!*
**Passport Adult** *(Ages 13-64)* - $40
**Passport Senior** *(Ages 65+)* - $35
**Passport Child** *(Ages 6-12)* - $10
Passports are available for purchase that can be used at the following 8 historic sites anytime between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day weekend, 2019.
- National Mining Hall of Fame & Museum
- Matchless Mine & Baby Doe's Cabin
- Healy House & Dexter Cabin
- Heritage Museum
- House with the Eye
- Temple Israel
- Tabor Home
- Tabor Opera House
The Passport also offers discounts a 10% discount for rides on the Leadville Colorado & Southern Railroad and Twin Lakes Interlaken Boat Tours. A 10% discount is also offered to Passport holders on Sunday-Wednesday night room reservations at the Historic Delaware Hotel. On average, the Passport saves the Passport holder a savings of at least $20 without even factoring in the hotel discount.
For specific hours and information, please contact the individual location(s) directly.
All proceeds from Passport sales are distributed equally among the partner organizations who are participating in this program.
Within Colorado and around the nation, the National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum works with local, regional, and national organizations to promote our mission and expand our audience.
Are you a member of AAA or AARP? Bring your membership card and save on museum admission! After your visit, leave us a review on TripAdvisor or Yelp!
American Automobile Association (AAA)
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
List of Affiliates
American Alliance of Museums (AAM)
Museum Assessment Program (MAP)
Colorado-Wyoming Association of Museums (CWAM)
Mountain-Plains Museums Association (MPMA)
North American Reciprocal Museum Association (NARM)
We are a part of the "byColorado" Licensing Program which means we are recognized by the Colorado state government as promoting Colorado goods and services at our institution in the Rockies. The logo is the green circle on the bottom of every page.
The Museum Assessment Program or MAP is a program created by the American Alliance of Museums in order to aid "small and mid-sized museums of all types strengthen operations, plan for the future and meet standards." We are currently working to complete the Collections Stewardship Assessment that will allow us to have a better understanding of the needs of our collections now and what we should strive for in the future.
The National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum is a member of the American Alliance of Museums or AAM, the Colorado-Wyoming Association of Museums or CWAM as well as the Mountain-Plains Museums Association or MPMA. All museum associations are museum communities that offer a professional forum between museums on a national and regional scale.
The National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum is also a member of the North American Reciprocal Museum Association or NARM that gives members of the Museum access to hundreds of additional museums around the country!