• Blindness and Low Vision
  • Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Low Sensory
  • Mild Activity
  • Wheelchair Accessible for Most

Housing one of the two Colorado “Goodwill” moon rocks collected during the Apollo 17 lunar mission, the Colorado School of Mines Museum of Earth Science 15,000 square feet showcases fossils, mineral, rocks, and other objects found in Colorado. You can even check out the Miss Colorado Crown with 21 diamonds and over 600 gemstones.

Two paid guided tours are available onsite for groups of 30 people or less which includes walking the Bob Weimer Geology Trail and need to be booked in advance.

Kids can even earn a free rock or mineral by completing a family-friendly scavenger hunt!

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Additional Details

  • Details Confirmed by Exploryst:No
  • Activity Level:Wheelchair Accessible, Mild Activity, Moderate Activity, Strenuous Activity
  • Experience Categories:Museum, Tours
  • Pricing:Free
  • Restrooms:Standard stalls, ADA Accessible stalls (5 foot diameter with appropriate grab bars -horizontal and vertical)
  • Parking:Parking lot (with Accessible Parking Spots), Van Accessible
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  • Other Amenities:Seating Available, Service Animals Welcome
  • Child Friendly:Yes
  • Incomplete Disability Details:Yes
  • Disability Amenities:Blind/ Low Vision Amenities, Deaf/Hard of Hearing Amenities, Low Sensory Amenities
  • Stairs/Elevators:Elevator/Ramps to ALL areas
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