Fodor's Expert Review Springhill Miners Museum

Springhill Mine

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.

Mine Historical

Quick Facts

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

902-597–3449

facebook.com/SpringhillMinersMuseum

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: C$10, Closed mid-Oct.–mid-May

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