Spring: weekdays 10-15.
Summer: daily 10-16.
Fall: weekdays 10-15.
Adults USD 5, Children USD 3, Seniors USD 4.
|Address:||Creede Underground Mining Museum, Forest Service Rd 503 #9, Creede, CO 81130, Tel: +1-719-658-0811. E-mail:|
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|1889||silver discovered at Creede.|
|1976||Bob Louth proposed building an underground fire station.|
|1985||Homestake Mining Company closed down the Bulldog Mine, mining at Creede ended.|
|1990||local citizens decided to build a mining museum.|
|NOV-1990||excavating started by three Creede miners.|
|1992||mine completed, museum almost complete.|
Creede Underground Mining Museum is located underground, but although it was mined from solid rock and is an authentic example of the methods and techniques used in the Creede silver mines, it was never a productive mine. It is a reconstruction, which was artificially created on a location with easy access for tourists.