Fodor's Expert Review Springhill Miners Museum

Springhill Museum/Gallery

The site of several tragedies, the Springhill coalfield gained international attention in 1958 when an earthquake created a "bump" that trapped mine workers underground (75 of them died), but today at this museum you can descend into a mine under safer circumstances. Some of the guides are retired miners who provide firsthand accounts of their working days. Children under five are not admitted.

Museum/Gallery Mine

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145 Black River Rd.
Springhill, Nova Scotia  B0M 1X0, Canada

902-597–3449

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Rate Includes: C$7, Mid-May–mid-Oct., daily 9–5

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