Cobalt Mining Museum

Miners working underground

Miners working underground

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Underground Tour

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Hours:
  • June to Sept., daily 9am-5pm; Oct. to May, Monday to Friday 1-4pm
Fees:
  • Adults $4.00, seniors $3.50, students $3.00, families $12.00
  • Partially Accessible
  • Gift Shop
  • Guided Tours
  • Wi-Fi
  • Public Transportation

This museum's collection includes one of the world's largest native silver displays as well as minerals specimens from around the world. The collection not only displays the life of early miners but also focuses on all social aspects of the town. Photographs, newspaper clippings, videos as well as hundreds of artifacts help demonstrate the life of the early Cobalt Camp. Other Activities include the Heritage Silver Trail, a driving tour to 20 different mine sites, as well as, the Cobalt Walking Tour, the Guided Colonial Adit Underground Tour and the Right-of-Way Headframe tour.

Website: www.cobalt.ca

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Cobalt Mining Museum Entrance

Cobalt Mining Museum Entrance

This entrance is the start of a tour of 7 Exhibit Rooms where you will experience early life in the Cobalt Mining Camp, excellent specimens of rich...