Grants, New Mexico: New Mexico Mining Museum

There's a uranium mine replica underneath a museum devoted to area mining history.

New Mexico Mining Museum

100 Iron Ave., Grants, NM
New Mexico Mining Museum, along Rt. 66/Santa Fe Ave. and Iron Ave.
M-Sa 9-4, closed Su. (Call to verify)
Adults $5, Kids over 5 $3.
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Uranium mine replica.

New Mexico Mining Museum

It's a small mining museum with a twist: a small recreated mine with all the rooms and equipment underneath. Well worth a stop! $5 adult, $3 kids over 5

[Cara Portillo, 03/15/2016]

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In the region:
The Lightning Field, Quemado, NM - 46 mi.

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