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Creede Underground Mining Museum, Creede

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  • Very educational with the audio tour which takes you through a underground tour of mining. No matter the time of year, definitely wear a jacket!  more »
  • My family loved it! My three children range from 15 to 5 and they all really enjoyed the tour. It kept my young one's attention and he was facinated by the displays. Must see while in Creede!  more »
  • This underground museum was built by previous miners who wanted to educate visitors and preserve the area history. Audio tapes are available in several languages and can be used at each marked spot to...  more »
  • We had a great experience here. We took the guided tour and our guide definitely made it worth the extra money! Very interesting stuff presented in a way that was fun and exciting. Definitely bring a jacket and wear warm shoes. It's cold down there!
  • Took the wife to the rock show. Had a amazing time! Well worth the drive. Just make sure you do your tour before 3:30, cuz the mine closes at 4.
  • Nice depictions and the audio was good and accurate, plus it is underground.
  • My group and I stopped by here on a whim and were totally blown away, the tour was really interesting and the gift shop was *actually* a great place for gifts.
  • We took the self guided audio tour and had a blast. They even have loaner jackets if you come in the summer. Great way to get out of the sun for a few hours and learn about the area's mining history.