Discover Mines’ Hidden Gem
Attracting 30,000 visitors a year. Take in over 15,000 square feet of rocks, minerals, fossils and other fascinating Earth Science-related objects. Pass through our indoor cave and discover minerals that glow. Gaze at the sparkling Miss Colorado Crown containing over 600 gemstones and 21 diamonds. Transport yourself to Golden’s geologic past through our windows. Hike the Bob Weimer trail and visit authentic triceratops trackways. Marvel at our beautifully restored Irwin Hoffman mining murals.
Visit often. 2020欧洲杯最新战况With more than 2,500 items currently on display and more than 60,000 total items in our collection, there will always be something new to see. We regularly rotate exhibits to provide fresh educational experiences and displays for our visitors to enjoy. Earn a free rock or mineral by participating in a family-friendly scavenger hunt and watch for changing themes!
We are committed to fostering an appreciation of the Earth, energy and the environment through exploration, engagement, and enlightenment.
To be the leader in Earth Science exhibition and education, connecting the public to Mines and encouraging the pursuit of careers in STEM.
We are open on MLK Day on Monday, January 20th from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Monday – Saturday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sunday 1:00 – 4:00 pm
The Museum Store closes 15 minutes before Museum closing time.
CLOSED Christmas Day and New Year’s Day
Location: Colorado School of Mines, , 1310 Maple St., Golden, CO 80401
Mines Museum Store
2020欧洲杯最新战况Located on the lower level of the building, the gift shop features rock and mineral specimens, fossils, books, fluorescent minerals, and Earth Science-related gifts and home decor!
DIVERSITY, INCLUSION & ACCESS
2020欧洲杯最新战况The Museum is committed to cultivating an inclusive culture that proactively welcomes, respects, and supports all community members, provides equitable access and promotes an open exchange of diverse ideas.
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Front desk: 303-273-3815
TOURS & EVENTS
Renata Lafler, Executive Director
Daniel Schlegel, Operations Director
Ed Raines, Collections Manager