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New Mexico Mining Museum


The New Mexico Mining Museum in Grants, NM, is a simulated underground uranium mine built by miners. The museum is a tribute to the historical uranium boom that led to Grants being referred to as the “Uranium Capitol of The World.” The self-guided tour is a unique opportunity to see, touch, feel and absorb the atmosphere of the underground world. This is an exciting and educational experience for the whole family. The New Mexico Mining Museum 100 North Iron Avenue, Grants, NM 87020 (505) 287-4802 • (800) 748-2142

Seasons Open: Year Round

Hours Open: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Fees: Children 6 and under are Free, Children 7-18 $2.00, Adults 19-59 $3.00, Seniors 60 + $2.00

For More Information, Contact:

Star Gonzales
100 N. Iron Ave., Grants, NM 87020
1-505-287-4802 · toll-free 1-800-748-2142 · fax 1-505-287-8224

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Latitude: 35.164827500
Longitude: -107.852783200
Elevation: 6684 FT (2037 M)
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