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Ecomuseo Minero Valle de Samuno, Langreo

(4.3/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • The visit is generally well, makes you discover a little as the mining activity. Children loved the train ride.
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  • Highly recommended visit. We went with our 7-year-old daughter (loved the train ride). The guide explains very well the functioning of the upper part of the mining well (very well preserved/restored), but we we miss seeing as it was some area of work of the miners underground.
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  • I visited the mine in December with my daughters and it was super. First of all CONGRATULATE the staff of the facilities. I booked online and we lost due to a GPS error. How not had arrived at the time they called me by phone and told us the right path. The train trip is fun but maybe what we liked most was outside the mine and see how hard that was to work in the mine. Walking among the trees turn ride made me short. It is a very appropriate and enriching experience for families.
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  • Well worth a visit. Interesting journey into the history of the now almost non existent Asturian mining industry. Take the train deep into the chambers of the mountain to see in detail how a deep coal mine was constructed and worked. The only downside is no English language audio guide for non Spanish speakers.
  • We went Saturday, November 5, 2016. It was closed. In advertising brochures says that from 1 to 30 November open Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Schedule information appears on the page and if you try to book does not let you but neither tells you because. If you call by phone did not appear a voice with the schedule. We present ourselves there and it was closed, but there is no sign that says nothing. If you change things and you do a publicity should assure you by other means to warn that it has changed. Because we made the trip in vain. Thank goodness that was the mining museum which pleasantly offset the trip.
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  • We paid the visit with our two teenage children who hate museums and came away happy. The visit starts with a journey by train through the tunnel to the inside of the mine. With this you're delighted. Then the elevator to the surface and a brief guided tour in the facilities, where they leave you free time also to enjoy the visit at your own pace. The charming guide explains very closely the operation of the mine, but also, and rightly, the life of the miners. A visit recommended 100 percent.
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  • Very interesting explanations of the Guide. Simply put, children and adults we have approached mine. A great way to get in the hard life of the mining situation
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  • It is very nice but would be better if there were some more activity as for example to visit any Gallery, you climb too soon from the train. Great restaurant very good food, good price and super nice. Nice guide.
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