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Have lived here almost 30 years and have never been inside the park building. Richard was working that day and he had an extreme amount of background history regarding the park. We were there for almost 2 hours and enjoyed every minute. Lots of documents,...More
Had some spare time on a Mountain bike weekend when it rained a bit. Only open on weekends so we made best of the opportunity. Saw some cool photos and mining gear in a warehouse the the guide offered to take us thru a mining...More
The first time I visited here, the tour guide was knowledgeable about the tragic day the lake flooded the mine, and told animated stories about the workers. The next time I brought my kids. Unfortunately, the guide was hohum. Your visit here relies greatly on...More
The grounds of the museum are beautiful and the entrance shares a parking lot with the bike paths so you can take a break when you're riding. There are vault toilets here but no modern facilities.
There are some interpretive signs outside but do yourself...More